U.S. exports increase to $646 million and are expected to pass $1 billion.
Toyota initiates recall after engine fires, Nissan said trucks have defective parking brakes.
Union workers ratify three-year contract; 25 salary and management employees will also lose jobs.
Tata Group's Advinus will get up to $74.5 million for every Merck project.
Company wants to delay delivery from November to December to check manufacturing processes.
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Companies join to replace U.S. and Canadian chlorine tank car fleets by 2017, improve safety and security.
Installing ERP software not only aids compliance with the Bioterrorism Act but also can help increase efficiency and profitability.
Next to their hands, employees’ uniforms pose the greatest risk of product contamination. A quality uniform supplier should strengthen, not compromise, the HACCP program in a processing environment.
Manufacturing activity in the New York region grew for the third straight month, with new orders and shipments also gaining ground.
Both China and India investing heavily in Zambia's copper industry, as international demand grows, report says.
The output of China's largest industrial companies slowed to its slowest pace in about two years in October, though the growth by most standards remains remarkable.
New standards reduce nitrogen oxide by 50 percent and particulates by 90 percent.
Investment from company will expand power train capacity, create new jobs and provide security for existing employees.
Company moving production to Caribbean basin.
Fiat, Toyota and Nissan enjoy largest gins, while Renault, Daimler and BMW see sales slip.
The EPA has partnered with the Small Business Administration to make loans available to small trucking companies to purchase upgrade kits that will aid in conserving fuel resources and reduce emissions.
Detroit's auto industry leaders said they had a productive meeting with President Bush on health care, trade and energy.
Survey of 1,500 manufacturers showed that only a third saw the ROI they anticipated; visibility and variability cited as key issues.