Company holding seminar March 29 at Michigan State.
Strike is to protest job cuts and closing of manufacturing plants.
Nuclear units will supply a sustainable source of critcally needed power in China.
New plant will be build in Songjiang, adjacent to the company’s existing thermoplastic polyurethane plant.
Decision comes after judge issues temporary order.
New Toyota plant was one of them.
Major work stoppages accounted for 2.7 million lost workdays last year, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Company will lease the Warrior River Steel facility beginning in the summer of 2007.
Workers stage work stoppages to protest the cuts.
If At First You Don’t Succeed: Arkansas, Tennessee Still Looking For Industrial Development After Toyota LossFebruary 27, 2007 8:17 am | News | Comments
Both states expressed disappointment after being passed over for Mississippi, both plan to continue with development efforts.
In an increasingly competitive environment, organizations must innovate to find opportunities to improve their productivity and reduce total cost. Initiatives that consider all aspects of process improvement and waste reduction will find the greatest level of success in improving efficiency.
Tupelo area beats out sites in Tennesse and Arkansas.
Increase for capital and maintenance estimated at 20 percent, according to Industrial Info Resources.
Starting operations in a foreign country can be a harrowing experience. Unfamiliar regulations, politics and currencies are just some of the things to worry about. But for one company, finding skilled employees south of the border was not an issue.
Pilot will monitor work-in-process at Michigan manufacturing plant.
USG's L&W Supply subsidiary buying CALPLY for $280 million; its United States Gypsum subsidiary will build new $220 million plant in Stockton.
Lyondell Chemical has announced the sale of its inorganic chemicals business to National Titanium Dioxide Company.
Company's manufacturing operations will focus on corrugated packaging and building products.
According to research from Industrial Info Resources, the region has 42 new projects planned that are worth $1.2 billion.
The Financial Times reported Monday that DaimlerChrysler was considering taking a stake in GM in the form of a payment for the Chrysler brand.
Says automaker is not honoring terms of contract.
Group agrees to scale back TXU's controversial plan to build coal-fired power plants.
Spanish trade union says Delphi will close a facility in southern Spain, cutting 1,600 jobs.
Cites increased demand from aerospace, agriculture and energy markets.
Cincinnati company challenged by high oil and resin prices, and downturn in new business orders.