Dell is expected to announce Thursday it is expanding its partnership with AMD to include new servers, desktops and laptops with the company’s chipset, according to a report from Cnet.
Move could affect about 25,000 workers, including subcontractors.
Singapore economic/education group promoting manufacturing as a career; economic board to create 15,000 manufacturing jobs annually.
Manufacturing shipments increased to $51.4 billion, highest level since January 2006.
Transaction will boost Dover's product ID platform.
Curtis Packaging will purchase 100 percent of its energy usage from clean, renewable sources.
It may be of little consolation, but manufacturing executives can go to bed at night knowing that the same concerns that are pressuring their businesses are doing the same to corporate America in general.
Company leasing new 65,000 square foot facility; will double manufacturing capacity.
Additional $2.5 million award will fund work on shipboard power generation efficiency.
Use of lead-free solder paste and compatible equipment is boosting sales despite competition from overseas.
Industrial production grew at 0.4 percent rate in July, helped by strong output from the nation's utilities. The latest reading, however, was half of June's robust 0.8 percent gain. The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that manufacturing output increased by 0.1 percent in July, though excluding motor vehicles and parts,
Dell battery recall appears related to issues with the production process, not the underlying technology.
Facility has annual capacity of 4,800 metric tons.
Investment in real estate dips in July, but still in "hot" range.
Delphi Corp. said Tuesday it lost $2.6 billion in the first half of 2006, due largely to the cost of employee buyout and early retirement packages.
Sale of plant could save 400 manufacturing jobs.
Employer's main concerns: benefits costs and finding skilled workers.
DOL statistics show movement of only 0.1 percent, after June increase of 0.6 percent.
Almost daily an article can be found discussing the lack of qualified individuals to fill manufacturing positions. Well, one school in Pennsylvania is working to address that need.
Concerns over fuel prices and supplies driving record growth.