Online auction will start on September 20.
Group goes to Washington to gather support for agenda.
Recycling system takes end-of-life components turns them into like-new products.
Company will expand training and parts centers in coming years.
Canadian manufacturing marked its highest month in 2006, according to a survey released Thursday.
New manufacturing facility will be located in Tamil Nadu; operations expected to begin in early 2007.
Detroit News says automaker forecasting its operations will post pretax loss of nearly $6 billion, with another $3 billion coming from restructuring costs.
Activity at soon-to-be-opened plant will depend on demand, company says.
AS&E was selected for $28.8 million contract for cargo x-ray system.
Plants represent cement, wet corn milling and auto manufacturers.
First plant in Florida to be joined by 16 additional locations.
Alliance among the three automakers would create auto giant with annual production of 15 million vehicles.
Highest level of expenditures in U.S. to date; 93 projects slated to begin construction.
Companies could combine to become leading truck business in Europe.
Columbus Steel Castings Co. has received citations for two repeat and 59 serious violations of federal workplace safety and health standards.
In August, the EPA announced it would purchase all of its energy from renewable sources. This purchase would total nearly 300 million kWh per year, enough energy to power 27,970 homes for one year.
In 2004, the media buzzed with news of lawsuits filed by the California Attorney General and a private “public interest” group over alleged exposures to lead from costume jewelry – and the press continues today.
U.S. Defense Agency awards $5.7 million for new process that will improve cost, reduce energy use.
Daewoo car factory up for sale; buyer could benefit from low Romanian wages.
Automotive, aerospace and industrial manufacturing RFID market to reach $225.7 by 2012.