Production delays have customers waiting up to two years for new planes.
Prudential Securities Wednesday started coverage of the capital goods and machinery industries with a “neutral” rating, noting a lack of major improvement in the North American trucking market and a downturn in residential construction.
According to a study released by the Aberdeen Group, the majority of small manufacturers are not taking full advantage of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
Treasury Secretary, visiting China, and Chinese leaders seek new dialogue.
Several manufacturing companies expressed concern over Tuesday's military coup in Thailand.
New version of Santoprene thermoplastic vulcanizate bonds with engineering thermoplastics.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed two new choices of refrigerants for use in new vehicle air conditioning systems.
DCI will upgrade existing turbines; plans further development in Israel, Jordan, Turkey and Australia.
Declining truck and SUV sales leaves car manufacturer with too much inventory.
Shaw will turn heavy crude feedstock into ethylene and propylene.
Collaboration among auto companies is common business practice; not necessarily a foretelling of merger.
Motorola, Inc. and Symbol Technologies, Inc. announced a merger agreement Tuesday.
International Power IQ buys AES plant for $60 Million; D1 Oils buys Lubrizol site for $5.7 million.
NRC reserves 22 787’s from Boeing.
Wholesale prices rose ever so slightly in August, held in check by declining automobile and energy prices.
Higher taxes, interest rates lead to fears of slowing growth in Europe's largest econony.
Standards Portal will be in both Mandarin and English and have 2,000 standards, 1,000 for each country.
Employment down 2.5% since last year; technology and outsourcing prime culprits.
Potential profit cuts of 25 percent for those that rely on coal.
New panel will advise Administration on policies concerning foreign nationals working in U.S.