Atlas Copco opened a new production plant Thursday to manufacture screw compressor elements in Wuxi, China, alongside the company’s existing compressor manufacturing plant.
China delayed a World Trade Organization investigation into a complaint made by the United States, the European Union and Canada over the Asian nation's tariffs on foreign auto parts, trade officials said Thursday.
The Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index (CFMMI) fell 0.6 percent in August, according to a report released by the organization Wednesday.
Manufacturing study finds rise in non-wage costs prevents job creation and R&D investment.
Production has been restarted at Ochre and Pluto in the Gulf of Mexico.
New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased $1.0 billion, or 0.5 percent to $209.7 billion; second consecutive monthly decrease.
Over 10,000 jobs will be cut as a result of a 60 percent drop in profit in the first half of this year.
Honda planning 10 Acura dealerships within a year; expects to sell 3,000 Acuras in first year of sales.
World's largest steelmaker says global steel consumption will increase by three percent to fivepercent over next 10 years.
Company will close two plants, affecting 225 employees in Portalegre and 650 in Nelas.
As the globalization of manufacturing continues, few issues have raised as much concern as intellectual property rights. China says it's ready to get serious about tackling the issue, but read on for more help.
In a highly competitive marketplace of ever shortening product lifecycles, faster refresh rates, and increased contrast ratios, ViewSonic realized its competitive edge would be to offer customers maximum flexibility when they placed, checked or changed orders.
Company announces its plant is fully operational.
Industrial manufacturing is undergoing a revolution, with fresh opportunities and challenges. Average profit margins have declined, putting increased pressure on manufacturers to come up with innovative cost-saving alternatives to increase productivity.
The United States dropped from first to sixth place in the World Economic Forum’s annual rankings.
Two senators who say they do not trust China to change what they call unfair trade policy said Tuesday they trust the Bush administration's top negotiator enough to give him a little more time before forcing a vote on punishing tariffs.
Manufacturing activity in the central Atlantic region expanded at an increased pace in September, according to the Richmond Fed’s survey released Tuesday.
Based on past bad experiences with alliances, GM is slow to join the push for an alliance with Renault and Nissan.
Consumer confidence rose slightly in September after a sharp drop in August, according to a report released Tuesday from The Conference Board.