Motion Control Association will promote the use of mechanical and electronic (mechatronics) technology.
Leaky faucets in the kitchen sink are one thing. A leak on a HazMat rail car filled with chlorine, sulfur dioxide, anhydrous hydrogen chloride, anhydrous ammonia, or methyl chloride is quite another.
Although the U.S. economy is poised for slow growth, a recession is not in the picture, according to analysis released Tuesday by The Conference Board.
China's economy is likely to grow by 10.5 percent this year and slow only slightly in 2007; government think tank calls for cooling investment boom.
Prudhoe Bay oil production cut to 10 percent of normal output after a power outage and weather related problems force pipeline to temporarily go offline.
Will co-develop power plant and coal mine in Illinois.
U.S. Battery Manufacturing cited for failure to control employee exposure to lead.
The opening of a new manufacturing facility will bring over 100 jobs to the area.
$1.2 million grant will upgrade waste water treatment system, bring jobs.
The word “titanium” is rarely uttered in the pump world. Yet, titanium offers unique opportunities for many industrial applications.
Dan Schodowski faced a challenge. As president and CEO of Solon, Ohio-based JTM Products, Inc., Schodowski knew the company was ready to grow, and making the right investment choices would be critical. Should the company buy an existing facility or build a new one? What new material handling equipment would be needed to support the company’s growth?
New CEO says currency is bigger problem than delayed A380.
MESA study reveals that information sharing between operations and finance are key to manufacturer's survival.
Laidlaw EcoPower planning to build “the nation’s cleanest commercial biomass energy plant.”
A $255 million agreement has been reached for three Eastman plants, an Epolene facility, and an ethylene pipeline.
Industrial production was up in Singapore, France and Malaysia, according to government reports.
Demand for conductive electronic polymer products forecasted to grow by 14.5 percent annually by 2008.
Upgrade to a DFC power plant allows brewing company to run on byproduct methane.
Consumption is up 3.4 percent for August and 22.3 percent for year-to-date.
Spinach growers and retailers could see millions in losses as a string of E Coli outbreaks have been linked to the leafy greens. The problem spotlights supply chain issues in the food industry, a situation RFID proponents say could be resolved through the use of the technology.