FedEx cancels order for 10 Airbus A380 jets due to the continuous delays in its production.
Plant closing is part of company's reorganization plan; 370 jobs were eliminated in August 2006.
New system can generate 2.2MW of ultra-clean energy.
Toyota will buy 5.9 percent stake by purchasing 100 million shares.
Company plans to lighten the plane by 2.5 tons.
Transaction will make combined company one of the leaders in electric motor and power transmission market.
Alcoa said late Monday it had not reached an agreement with UAW Local 1050 on a new labor contract. Workers walked off the job Monday night.
Troy Lutes will lead business to help manufacturers solve problems across their enterprise.
The International Energy Agency is calling for strong policy action to move the world onto a more sustainable energy path, according to a report released Tuesday.
Standard & Poor’s conference shows wind power catching the eye of investors, replacing ethanol as the hot renewable energy source.
Lean manufacturing is commonly associated with automotive manufacturers but medical device makers are rapidly discovering the advantages of using it in their marketplace. This article discusses the benefits that can be realized with the implementation of lean systems in a highly regulated manufacturing environment.
By helping small and mid-sized manufacturers implement new strategies, production techniques and cost-saving technology, the Illinois Manufacturing Extension Center says companies it worked with will realize about $450 million in sales, costs savings and employment gains in fiscal 2006.
A medical device manufacturers require device components to be produced quickly to ensure their products are available to the marketplace as soon as possible. However, quality cannot be sacrificed in this effort. Rapid prototype tooling is a unique option that satisfies both of these two criteria.
Today’s industrial manufacturing industry is not for the passive player – it requires the utmost in competitiveness, innovation, speed and agility.
India's Solectron Centum Electronics Ltd., subsidiary of U.S.-based Solectron Corp., announced Monday that it is spinning off its electronic manufacturing services (EMS) unit.
Terms of agreement with Kohlberg & Co. not disclosed.
Manufacturers looking to new technologies, software to help them compete globally.
Transaction is worth $5 billion.
GM wants to tap into increased car sales in China, but hydrogen-powered car not ready yet.
Electronics manufacturer Flextronics said Monday it will be expanding its presence in India through an eight- million-square-foot industrial park outside Chennai.