Despite concerns about North Korea's nuclear intentions, both countries show off sprawling facility to would-be foreign investors.
Business & Industrial segment produced $1.9 billion in gross merchandise volume in the first quarter.
As if we needed more evidence that nuclear energy is a divisive issue. Recently, two surveys were unveiled on the same day – within nine minutes of each other, no less - attempting to put into perspective how Americans feel about the use of nukes for power.
Obstacles remain, but Bush says he's committed to successful round in Geneva.
The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) and American Corn Growers Association (ACGA), along with the Farm Bureau and the Renewable Fuels Association, are opposing efforts by House leaders and the Bush administration to suspend import tariffs on ethanol in an effort to reduce prices of ethanol.
The key to warehouse efficiency in manufacturing is mobility, according to Kevin Prouty, Sr. Director, Manufacturing Solutions, at Symbol Technologies, Inc.
Pending inspections of meat processing plants, U.S. ranchers can re-enter $1.4 billion Japanese market.
Biofuels projected to be up to 30 percent of the transport fuel mix in key markets.
Biofuels projected to be up to 30% of the transport fuel mix in key markets
Quietflex Manufacturing Co. L.P., a division of Goodman Global, Inc. has announced that it is expanding its operations with the addition of a new 65,100-square-foot manufacturing facility in Groveland, Fla.
San Francisco plant could produce 200 million solar cells a year; company also plans assembly plant in Berlin.
Investment will include two nuclear and coal units, as well as wind power.
Ontario plant should be running full-speed in two weeks. Company declares force Majeure on propylene, crude C4s, and other pipeline-delivered co-products.
Successful round would only increase real income in U.S. by 0.1% in 2015, World Bank says.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) work to increase membership while GM attempts an 11th-hour resolution at a Portugal-based plant.
A report released yesterday says hundreds of chemical plants have replaced hazardous chemicals with safer alternatives, but not everyone is satisfied by these results.
Many companies today believe their manufacturing operations have been optimized and do not realize the hidden profitability that can be discovered. While many companies look to offshore manufacturing in China to increase profitability, there is still profitability treasure in manufacturing here in the United States.
There’s an increasing push from top management to integrate plant systems, CMMS/EAM software, and other business systems such as those in payroll, purchasing, finance, etc. In addition, there’s a growing desire for communication between systems on the plant floor.
Recently, the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC) teamed up with product management expert Robert Cooper to complete a cross-industry study on best practices in product innovation. Seventy-four percent of the companies participating in the study said that they have a formal process in place for developing new products. However, nearly half admitted that their process is not being used. What can your company do to avoid this fate?
Union members also say national elections will be key.