36,795 square foot plant is in Littleton, Colo.
Company was at center of ports-management storm earlier in year.
Move expected to impact 1,500 employees around the world.
Deal expected to close in first half of next year.
Defense Contract Management Agency says "management oversight is out of control."
Fuels made from prairie biomass reduce carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere, according to a new study.
Industrial manufacturers are being squeezed by a lack of qualified welders. By some estimates, the shortage of skilled welders will grow to 200,000 in the next few years. Now, some groups are trying to improve the recruiting process.
Group hopes to find better solutions to solving the U.S.-China trade gap.
New robotic technology requires less skill level, making robotics more attractive to a broader base.
A fatal explosion this week at a major maker of large gears may increase the already long waiting times for equipment for mining and construction companies, industry experts say.
Intel may dump plans to build an assembly and testing plant in India if the federal government doesn't announce its semiconductor policy by March 2007, the Economic Times reported, citing unnamed company officials.
Group says recent energy outlook does not take into account new projects in the sector that will increase production.
Company is in talks with several groups to establish plant in Southeast Asia market.
The nation's unemployment rate edged higher in November, and the jobs picture within manufacturing dimmed further.
One bathroom for 2,000 employees?
Saturn confirmed Friday that it will add the Opel Astra compact car to its North American auto line late in 2007.
U.S., India, Japan and South Korea to attend conference on energy consumption.
AGA's plant in Cedar Rapids will create about 112 jobs.
Doubling Of New Plant Openings, Additional New Jobs For 2007 Are Good Signs for Manufacturing IndustryDecember 7, 2006 4:29 am | by Anita LaFond, News Editor, Manufacturing.net | News | Comments
For first quarter of 2007, 129 plants will become operational, adding 25,000 new jobs, according to Industrial Info Resources
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez has announced that Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing and Services Al Frink, the first to hold that position, will resign his office effective Jan. 31, 2007.