A Connecticut-based manufacturer of electronic products faces up to $315,000 in fines from OSHA for multiple workplace hazards found at its plant.
Northwest placed an order for 36 Bombardier CRJ900 and 36 Embraer 175 aircraft models.
Airbus President and CEO Christian Streiff also announced this week a new restructuring program called “Power8,” which will include a 30 percent cut in costs, primarily from job cuts.
According to “The Facts About Modern Manufacturing,” manufacturing output is high, but challenges loom.
Steelmaker responding to reduced demand for light flat-rolled products; no employee lay-offs.
The European Union has imposed an anti-dumping tariff on imports of Chinese and Vietnamese made leather shoes.
K-Tron International announced Thursday the acquisition of privately held Premier Pneumatics Inc.
For high-tech manufacturers, bringing the right products to market at the right time, while competing in a global economy, is a day-to-day challenge. The challenge is becoming more problematic as rapid changes in technology, both at the consumer end and across the manufacturing organization, affect how high-tech manufacturers approach their work environment.
Financial terms for the deal were not disclosed.
Company will recall 287,000 batteries due to overheating/fire risk.
Members may meet to discuss oil output after prices reach a seven-month low.
Airbus is considering a transfer of A380 production work to France from Germany, and assembly of a planned A350 mid-sized jet could also be based at Toulouse.
Hillenbrand Industries will look to outsource some of its manufacturing operations.
GM, Renault, and Nissan call off talks on alliance.
The deal resolves EPA allegations that ADM violated federal hazardous air pollutant regulations for pharmaceutical manufacturing at its vitamin E production facility in Illinois.
Orders to U.S. factories for manufactured goods softened for a second consecutive month as the nation's manufacturing sector sent signals it was shifting into a lower gear.
The Eurozone Composite Outlook Index marked an increase for the 38th month in September, but growth did slow, according to the Report on Eurozone Manufacturing and Services by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Company cites lack of profitability for closings.
Cites growing demand for computers in that region.
Company will use stake to help support cooperation between MAN and Scania, of which VW already owns 18.7 percent.