Trailer and RV manufacturer announced several promotions to help streamline the development and implementation of new composite product launches.
Local employees in China contribute $35,000 in addition to a corporate donation of $100,000 to aid the recovery response to the recent earthquake in Chengdu.
CEO Bill Johnson says Heinz is finding new ways to reduce its environmental impact, including using potato peels for energy and using smaller packaging.
The same belt and pulley machines that stamped and shaped the world's first metal kazoos circa 1900 still stamp and shape kazoos today.
Automaker wants the money to be used for enhancing school programs in counties close to its new manufacturing plant near Blue Springs.
Manufacturing has gone from bad to worse, so much so that more people are now working in car dealerships, and at the local supermarket or department store than in factories and mills.
Many U.S. growers, once based in California's Salinas Valley, are heading south to escape immigration headaches plus high land prices and water shortages.
Thousands of protesters marched through Seoul protesting a U.S. beef import pact that has renewed fears of mad cow disease.
Rocketing gasoline prices and other cost increases caused German consumers to worry about their purchasing power, according to a closely watched survey.
GAO reports finds port security has gaps that terrorists could exploit to smuggle weapons of mass destruction in cargo containers.
South Korea's largest home appliance manufacturer’s CEO says his company is ‘watching very closely’ GE’s plans to sell or spin off its appliance business.
Automaker is preparing to rev up production of hybrids, announcing Tuesday its third plant in Japan for producing batteries that are key components for the 'green' cars.
World’s biggest mobile phone company by sales, announced the surprise resignation of chief executive Arun Sarin as it posted a return to full year net profit after a loss the previous year.
Alternative fuels are expected to draw interest at the Berlin Air Show, given the cost of oil, which rose as high as $135 last week before retreating somewhat.
Light, sweet crude for July delivery was up 98 cents from Friday at $133.17 a barrel on worries about global petroleum supplies and the outlook for the U.S. dollar.
Swedish appliance maker said it will cut 9.5 percent of its work force in Italy and close a plant in Scandicci to concentrate its production of refrigerators at its factory in Susegana.
Vote ends a bitter strike that lasted nearly three months, crippling GM's production of large sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks.
By Paul Rauseo, Managing Director, The George S. May International CompanyRecommended actions that manufacturing executives should take to handle concerns about today’s economic conditions and to prepare for the economic upswing that will inevitably follow.
Machine tools manufacturer has elected Richard L. Simons to succeed resigned president and CEO, J. Patrick Ervin.
Airtech International suspected of supplying 'nonconforming products' to government contractors that build the C-17 and F-18 fighter jets and to commercial jet makers like Boeing.