Company looks to transfer steel business to partnership; Volkswagen AG wants to increase share of MAN up to 30 percent.
The Nordic groups of Volvo Truck Corp. and Nissan Europe have agreed to distribute three of Nissan’s light commercial vehicles through the Volvo Truck Center dealer network in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
FONA International also allegedly violated hazardous-waste regulations.
Parker Hannifin joins Get Nitrogen Institute; nitrogen-inflated tires are safer than air and more fuel efficient.
Company to purchase European and Asian steel drum division from Blagden.
The Kansas City Federal Reserve said Thursday that manufacturing growth in its district remained sluggish this month, with plant managers expressing less optimism about near-term output than in previous surveys.
DuPont will supply 100 million pounds of titanium tetrachloride to Allegheny Titanium.
The World Trade Organization launched its first formal investigation into allegations of illegal Chinese trade practices Thursday.
New manufacturing process eliminates metal catalysts; makes nanotubes more useful.
China to purchase 150 Airbus A320 planes and possibly 20 A350 planes.
New facility will produce 110 million gallons per year and bring 50 jobs.
Bailey, who comes from Timken, will join Ferro on January 2.
New orders for manufactured goods jumped to their highest level since 1992 in September, surging 7.8 percent to $226.7 billion.
Bruce Sisler, recently named as the NAM's regional manager of New Jersey, has his work cut out for him.
Talk to the average person on the street and they’ll tell you U.S. manufacturing is dead. They're wrong.
Alliance will invest $1.2 billion in Russia's Ilim Pulp mills.
While a doctor might ask, “Where does it hurt?”, the question for experimental test engineers like Garrett Smith is, “Where does it wiggle?”
EMS provides competitive advantage and will see benefits in developing long-term partnerships with OEMs.
A report by Kalorama Information anticipates the market for pharma manufacturing and marketing outsourcing to exceed $30 billion by 2011.
Trade surplus increases 6.9 percent, despite economic forecasts.