Manufacturing deal to provide commercial manufacturing services for nonsterile specialty and semisolid products runs to the end of 2013.
Two-year, $162 million manufacturing deal with the Defense Supply Center includes storage containers, shelters and accessories for the armed forces and select federal civilian agencies.
Company received two of the three environmental permits needed to begin construction on $1.6 billion taconite mine and steel mill; combination project would be first of its kind in the state.
Trucks will be stationed at the Beijing Capital International Airport in preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Leaders from the 21 member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum will press Beijing to do more to ensure the safety of its exports.
Delegates from global commerce body say they're ready to get to work, but some officials wary of the claims.
Despite growing at slowest pace in five months, new orders and production generate optimism for fourth quarter 2007.
EEStor promises 'technologies for replacement of electrochemical batteries,' meaning a motorist could plug in a car for five minutes and drive 500 miles.
Europe's second-largest carmaker details cost-cutting plan to improve profitability; working on entry level models targeted at China, Russia and South America.
Workers push for improvements for the beleaguered manufacturing sector days after General Motors announced 1,200 job cuts.
Companies expect little long-term damage from major toy recalls; confident country will remain manufacturing giant.
Electrical and mechanical parts maker acquires Jakel Inc. and Tecumseh’s Fasco residential and commercial operations.
IG Metall appoints Berthold Huber, top deputy for four years, to take over 2.3 million member union.
Suez SA and France's state-owned Gaz de France say GDF Suez will be country's second-largest energy producer.
North American countries accuse Beijing of using World Trade Organization-prohibited tax breaks to encourage boost in Chinese exports.
The two companies have been working for nearly a year on forming project that will make third-generation nuclear reactors aimed at markets in Asia, the U.S. and eastern Europe.
Despite the decrease, economists say growth in other sectors help soften the impact.
Residents of southern Alabama community voice opposition to aluminum sulfate plant in their neighborhood.
German automaker partners with India’s Sutlej Motors to build bus bodies on Mercedes-Benz chassis.