Joseph Gray to lead former Textron unit.
The $115 million expansion is part of a four-year $200 million expansion plan; 100 employees will be added.
The Blackstone Group buys Cardinal's Pharmaceutical Technologies And Services business, which has almost 10,000 employees in more than 30 facilities worldwide.
Facility-based standard requires baseload generation agreements be made with plants that have emissions under 1,100 pounds of CO2 per megawatt-hour.
New orders for manufactured durable goods increased by 3.1 percent in December, to $221.9 billion, helped by continued strength in orders for aircraft.
Sees 2007 revenue growth of flat to up 5 percent.
Head of IMF says country should relax exchange rate controls to cool growth.
Weyerhaeuser Finds Prospective Buyer For Cosmopolis Pulp Mill; Intends To Sell Elma, Washington Veneer PlantJanuary 25, 2007 6:34 am | by Anita LaFond, News Editor, Manufacturing.net | News | Comments
Charleston Investments might buy pulp mill near Aberdeen, Wash.; Elma plant will continue operations, keep its 73 employees while buyer is found.
Company lost an average of $4,380 for every car and truck sold.
Siemens pays $3.5 billion for Texas-based PLM supplier; also plans IPO for automotive supply business, Siemens VDO Automotive (SV).
Another regional manufacturing survey, another mixed reading on U.S. manufacturing.
Hudson County's $6 billion rail tunnel project leads the "Top 20 Industrial Project Spending Counties List" from Industrial Info Resources.
Manufacturing claims were down from November, however.
The expected sales of 1.15 million units is down 3.1 percent from January 2006, according to Edmunds.com.
Artificially low tariffs caused a $4.9 billion deficit and may have illegally increased utility profits.
Program aims to train 40,000 students a year by 2012.
The $2.4 billion plant will use integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) technology to produce electricity from coal or petroleum residues.
Industrial manufacturers are feeling better about the U.S. economy heading into 2007, but they're not exactly exuberant.
Navistar unit International Truck will own 51 percent of the new company.
It's official: China's 2006 growth came in at 10.7 percent, the fastest pace in a decade.