Remember this the next time you take a drag on that stogie: you may be partly responsible for sucking three percent a year out of the world’s gross domestic product.
Cessna plans to add 600 jobs to keep up with demand, but faces challenges to keep costs down.
Increase of $10 per ton attributed to increases in raw material costs.
Douglas Grose has been appointed senior vice president of technology, manufacturing and supply chain at AMD, after two years at IBM.
Company restructuring plan likely to close one plant, open another and cut almost10,000 jobs, according to local paper.
Business being sold to Lion Copolymer; 215 Chemtura employees expected to become Lion employees.
According to NADA, sales should be near the 16.5 million of 2006.
More research needed to identify risk.
Service-providing industries show employment growth in January 2007, whicle manufacturing continues to decline, according to report from Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Sales growth attributed to huge demand for popular consumer products, according to report from Semiconductor Industry Association.
At $738 million, packaging machinery exports were up 7 percent, according to research by Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute.
Rolls-Royce Granted $235 Million Service Contracts By U.S. Air Force; Considering Ohio Site For North American PlantFebruary 2, 2007 3:36 am | by Manufacturing.net Staff | News | Comments
Rolls-Royce will service C-130J military transport aircraft; site in Van Wert, Ohio was rejected by Honda.
According to Industrial Info Resources, 531 projects worth $25.8 billion are planned for the region for 2007.
BST Safety Textiles investing $35 million in area.
BP has selected the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, to lead a $500 million research effort to develop new sources of energy.
Boeing’s suppliers fail to meet January deadlines; Airbus faces protests.
DuPont announces it will raise its prices on Nucrel Acid copolymer resins immediately.
Connersville factory was largest employer in the area; shutdown is part of Visteon's plan to fix, close or sell approximately 30 of its facilities
Ford and GM were both down 19 percent for January, while Toyota’s sales went up 9 percent.
Rite-Lok product line will expand 3M's presence in specialty structural adhesives market.