Japanese auto makers built more vehicles abroad than domestically for the first time in the 2005/06 business year, according to a report released Monday.
Stainless steel equipment will be used in Nova refineries to produce 60 million gallons of biodiesel.
Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has approved the $35 million the Legislature passed for an integrated advanced manufacturing research and technology assistance facility at University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Company also raises outlook for the year.
Expansion part of agreement with Uniqema.
New York paper facility to test emissions for two weeks; burning tire chips could save up to 5 million gallons of fuel a year.
With the price of oil at or near all-time highs, manufacturers are feeling the pinch. But the news isn't all bad: higher prices can lead to unforeseen benefits.
Plans for big increase in Canadian beef and cattle imports now on hold.
Industrial company also raises full-year earnings guidance.
Homebuilding shows biggest drop in almost six years.
Company's profits rise just 2 percent, but it raises guidance for the year.
Truck maker says deal will strengthen North American distribution channel.
Thirty four of the top 50 companies are involved in manufacturing and wholesale trade.
Intellectual property rights paramount to future economic strength of U.S.; IP accounts for over 1/3 the value of all U.S. corporations.
Indiana company will pay $100,000 penalty; spend $721,000 to bring plants into compliance
Indiana leads list of dirtiest plants, followed by Alabama, Kentucky and North Dakota, which has the three dirtiest, according to the report.
Three of four regional indicators moved higher in June. Separately, activity in the Kansas City region cools.
One of the biggest issues in today’s production environment is the incorporation of multiple vehicles at the same plant in much higher densities than would ever have been considered in the past.
The fog was so thick at times, maintenance mechanic Nathanial Koniecko wasn’t sure if he was walking through the cold storage freezer at the Norwich, Conn. branch of U.S. Foodservice, or trekking through the eerie Sherlock Holmes novel, “The Hound Of The Baskervilles.” Besides fog, insufficient seals on
Automotive manufacturers face many challenges when evaluating and optimizing the performance of their sales channel, which can include thousands of franchise and non-franchise dealerships in the U.S., Canada, and other countries worldwide. Yet, auto manufacturers often lack direct visibility into the day-to-day activities of an auto dealership.