Company has named Eric Bjornholt as vice president of Finance, Lauren Carr as vice president of Human Resources, and Pete Zimmer as vice president of Americas Sales.
Officials are mandating regular reviews for safety upgrades at the 89 most dangerous chemical plants, oil refineries, water treatment plants and industrial facilities in the state.
Bidding war for British cooking equipment supplier Enodis heats up as Manitowoc Co. Inc. makes a second offer to trump an approach by Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Lear Corp. plans to close a Romulus, Mich., plant as part of a restructuring at the auto parts supplier, costing about 300 workers their jobs.
Officials at Mercury Marine say the Fond du Lac, Wis., company is reassessing its strengths after its parent company Brunswick Corporation announced a manufacturing slowdown.
French carmaker and Mitsubishi to make mid-sized sport utility vehicles under the Citroen, Peugeot and Mitsubishi brands, and mid-sized cars for Peugeot and Citroen in Russia.
Production has restarted at Toyota's joint venture auto plant in China after it was halted for a week after a deadly earthquake struck nearby.
Plastech Engineered Products will close its Elwood, Ind., manufacturing plant in mid-July, idling the plastic injection-molding plant's 286 workers.
Automaker's joint venture with electronics maker NEC will invest $115 million to produce lithium-ion batteries -- a technology widely viewed as key for next-generation 'green' cars.
Hundreds of employees are returning to work at a Dayton, Ohio-area General Motors plant that was idled by the strike at a major parts supplier.
Railroad equipment supplier signed an agreement to buy Italian rail braking equipment manufacturer Poli SpA for $82.6 million in cash.
Manufacturer of fluid delivery systems for industrial applications, has promoted Mark Cooper to the position of national sales manager of all UNIST products.
Despite pressure in Congress for penalties, Bush administration declined to cite China for manipulating its currency to gain unfair trade advantages against the U.S.
President of a United Auto Workers local at a key General Motors factory said Friday he's optimistic workers will approve a new local contract and end a month-long strike.
Treasury Secretary said financial markets are 'considerably calmer' now than they were two months ago, predicting the economy will be rebounding by the second half of this year.
Head of brewer Molson Coors says the company will keep its headquarters in Denver regardless of possible relocations as a result of its pending joint venture with SABMiller.
Maker of laboratory supplies and scientific instruments has named group president Marc N. Casper to the newly created post of chief operating officer.
By Amanda Earing, News Editor, Manufacturing.net “How It’s Made”, a television show featured on the Science Channel that documents how ordinary items such as buttons and bolts are manufactured has millions of viewers worldwide and is growing in popularity. Jean-Marc St-Pierre, president of Productions MAJ, the show’s producer, explains just what it is that makes the show so popular.
Spokesman John Carr says he believes the proposed four-year contract that Machinists’ Local S6 shipbuilders will consider on Sunday is ‘one of the best in the industry.’