For February, Toyota’s global production was up 0.9 percent on year, its 28th month of increase.
Company to plead guilty to export of defense articles without a license and omission of statements of material facts in arms exports reports.
Energias De Portugal is buying Horzon Wind Energy of Houston, Texas.
Study by Global Sources indicates that 76 percent of mainland China manufacturers intend to increase export prices this year.
For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index rose 1.6 percent despite severe winter conditions, according to American Trucking Associations.
Gildan Activewear's restructuring will affect 465 workers in U.S. and Canada, 1,365 in Mexico.
Federal Statistical Office said turnover in manufacturing for January 2007 was up 8.6 percent over January 2006 and up 0.9 percent over December 2006.
Recent upheaval in financial market and increases in gasoline prices causing consumers to be apprehensive about short-term future, according to The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index.
Still no evidence of wage inflation; Recruiting difficulty down in manufacturing, up in service sector, according to Leading Indicator of National Employment (LINE) report.
A recent report by AMR Research shows that North American companies will increase business intelligence and performance management spending by 9 percent to $23.8 billion.
The $200 deal will allow Bayer to take over manufacturing of the MS drug Betaseron from Novartis at the company's Emeryville, Calif. location.
A new report projects that India's record growth will soften slightly over the next two years.
Minnesota legislature trying to establish a system to make it easier to comply with recycling, but would add costs to manufacturers.
According to the Dallas Federal Reserve, manufacturing activity in the region jumped to 27.2 from 18.1 in February.
GM, Ford, DaimlerChrysler execs meet with President Bush; commit to making alternative fuel vehicles, but ask for incentives.
Local paper reports Hershey, union discussing potential cuts with the union decision to come later this week.
New drug introduction will coincide with patent expirations for current drugs in use.
China will be shutting down 50-gigawatts of small thermal power plants, 10 GW in 2007, according to Industrial Info Resources.
By Anita LaFond, News Editor, Manufacturing.netBringing back to your facility a process that you have already outsourced is no picnic. More importantly, it often suggests it never should have been outsourced in the first place. Before you take the outsourcing leap, make sure you've covered all the bases.