Japan's largest automakers made more cars in China last fiscal year then ever before, as surging demand there continued to drive a global recovery in auto manufacturing.
Union workers approved an eleventh-hour agreement to keep open a Hugo Boss men's suit plant in Ohio where more than 300 workers drew the support of actor Danny Glover.
GM's CEO Ed Whitacre has announced major investments in General Motors' plants in Detroit and Kansas City.
A Nissan spokesman said Japan's No. 3 automaker will resume output at two Japanese plants by using auto parts in the company's stockpiles.
Automaker says it will suspend production for two days at three plants in Germany because of the effects of a ban on flights in much of Europe.
Insolvent newsprint giant's move to unload assets could see it recover at least $13.8 million from sale of four idled paper mills and machines.
Auto parts maker dedicated its new truck frame rail line at its plant in Marion, Arkansas; the new line is running two shifts and will have 25 employees.
Markus Schaefer has been named the new president and chief executive of the Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa.
Drug developer Elan Corp. said Monday it may split its drug technology business and said its chairman of the board of directors is retiring.
Chinese automaker may locate China headquarters and factory for Volvo Cars in Shanghai once its takeover of the Swedish company is finalized, an official said.
Automotive parts makers Dana Holding Corp. and Bosch Rexroth AG on Friday said they are forming a joint venture to produce drive transmissions for off-highway vehicles.
Aluminum Services Inc. plans to reopen former Precision Coil’s aluminum fabricating plant in Clarksburg and hopes to hire 55 workers and start production by December.
After more than a century of lumber and paper manufacturing, International Paper's mill in Franklin is scheduled to close, affecting about 1,100 employees.
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Federal Reserve said industrial production edged up 0.1 percent in March, lagging expectations despite growth in the key manufacturing sector.
World's third largest miner lifting production of iron ore to take advantage of rising prices and Chinese demand, forecasting an 8 percent rise in production this year.
Building materials company Owens Corning Inc. said Wednesday that it is opening a technical fabric testing and manufacturing facility in Zele, Belgium.
Blaming rough economy and reduced military contract work, company that puts protective armor on vehicles is laying off another 180 workers in southwest Ohio.
Technology company has opened new $30 million manufacturing facility at its Poughkeepsie, N.Y., site to produce next generation of mainframes and servers.
Two people have been injured, one seriously, in a fire at Victaulic Co.’s eastern Pennsylvania pipe manufacturing plant.
GM will spend $8 million to double the size of its suburban Detroit lab that engineers and tests electric vehicle batteries.
Executive says steadily recovering U.S. auto sales are making prospects excellent for its Montgomery factory to remain at full production.
Soft drink maker will distribute new line of fruit-flavored drinks from Tampico Beverages as part of new distribution agreement as it widens its line of healthy offerings.
After one of the worst years in decades, the industrial property market is slowly regaining its footing, and the trend is a good sign for the economy.