A new survey found a majority of manufacturers are experiencing issues with their supply chain due to increased energy costs.
The latest data from the Labor Department suggest the ongoing ramp up in aerospace production continues at an orderly pace.
Canada questions whether U.S. government subsidies comply with international commerce rules.
According to research from Industrial Info Resources, the value of the projects that were either delayed or cancelled in 2006 was $2.2 billion, down from $3.5 billion in 2005.
Michigan Senator aims to "level the playing field."
Fabristeel makes hot and cold foodservice equipment.
Ken Stakas will direct all manufacturing operations in the U.S. and Mexico.
Speculation from a Citigroup analyst on Tuesday morning notes GE's plastics unit could receive bid of more than $10 billion.
The manufacturing industry continued to invest in technology equipment in November, but at a much slower pace than in October. According to the latest report from the The American Machine Tool Distributors' Association and The Association for Manufacturing Technology, November U.S. manufacturing technology consu
Honeywell to install and maintain solar panels in Bay Area school district.
Keeping an entire processing plant clean not only requires specific tools and procedures, but the proper understanding of how to eliminate food-borne pathogens and keep them under control.
Report leaked ahead of its Jan. 10 distribution date wants to cut carbon emissions and warns against cutting nuclear power.
Acquisition, for $300 million, will be completed in first quarter of 2007.
Floralife will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Smithers-Oasis.
Deal is worth $481 million.
Gregg Sherrill, 30-year industry veteran, currently is president of Johnson Control's Power Solutions Group.
According to a recent study, hourly manufacturing compensation in China is only three percent of the U.S. hourly manufacturing wage.
Electronic contract manufacturer investing $1 billion; possible location in northern Vietnam.
GM's 2006 sales increased 31.8 percent and its market share rose 11.8 percent; Ford's increased 86.6 percent.