Manufacturing proved more resilient than many thought in December, rebounding on the back of increased new orders and higher production.
Many manufacturers are still in the early stages of adopting technology-driven compliance and traceability systems, according to a study that will be released Thursday. The Aberdeen Group polled over 340 companies covering multiples types of manufacturing. The study found that 93 percent of manufacturers still r
Federal Signal selling its three cutting tool businesses for $67 million.
Volvo will deliver 700 buses to Shanghai that meet the new Euro III standard.
Almost $2 billion in cattle at risk after devastating storm.
The development of the microsports cars, the 828 and the 012, could be worth as much as $137 million.
Report says U.S. giant outdid Airbus in 2006 orders.
WPI manufactures custom connectors and cable assemblies.
Toyota will produce small passenger cars for Fuji Heavy Industries.
A study by Gartner sees a spending increase for the semiconductor market of 20.8 percent in 2008.
Low readings attributed to Michigan-based auto companies cutting production, according to Comerica Bank's Michigan Business Activity Index.
Cheap cost and loads of supply have some folks thinking it's the next big thing.
By March 2007, China RoHS regulations will require identification of toxic/hazardous substances for electronic products.
Snyder acquisition will add steel containers to its polyethylene container line.
Deal was part of huge modernization plan at British Columbia facilty
As the sector tightens its belt still further and concerns over cash-flow move to the forefront of manufacturers’ minds, the supply chain has become a battleground.
PerkinElmer purchased DMA 8000.
According to the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Purchasing Managers Index, the German manufacturing index reached a six-month high at 59.4, while the UK dipped to 51.9.
China's manufacturing PMI was slightly lower in December, but still above the 50 mark.
Pro-Am reported revenues of $25 million in 2006.