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.
Techtronic Industries will buy Hoover for $107 million.
Toyota Motor Corp. plans to produce more cars overseas than in Japan for the first time ever in 2007, according to a Japanese newspaper report Wednesday.
Consumer-oriented industries are weakest; energy business is strongest, according to Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI Quarterly Industrial Outlook.
Company will transfer operations from Irving, Texas plant, to new facility in Wuxi, China.
GM will cut production at Texas, Wisconsin and Mexican plants.
Claim law is going to be costly for businesses and needs a more “workable” approach.
Chinese companies are moving to northwest Arkansas to be closer to buyers.
The Lean Learning Center, a provider of lean curriculum and consulting, has now turned the Mouse Trap game into an adult learning tool to teach the principles of lean.
Institute will work with business community to develop skilled workforce in U.S.
The aerospace and defense industry is expected to maintain stable, but moderate, growth, according to a report released Wednesday.
Wim Elfrink also selected as chief globalization officer.
Yost elected chairman, Simpkins elected VP and CFO, and Moser elected VP, finance and corporate controller.
Increased investments, manufacturing relocations spurring growth in China's test equipment industry, according to Frost & Sullivan report.
Supply chains are anything but rigid. Your ability to adapt to unforeseen changes can define your level of success in hitting targeted customer service levels, reducing costs, and achieving competitive advantage.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez announced Tuesday that the public comment period for developing new export rules to China has now closed. He will now lead an effort to finalize the new rules.
Manufacturers in the U.K. and Germany saw a slowdown in output in October, perhaps feeling the impact of the ongoing slowdown in the U.S.