Erie Meat Products of Mississauga, Ont., is converting a Campbell’s Soup plant to process poultry into hot dogs, opening the shuttered doors to hundreds of new jobs.
Factory output surged 16.7 percent in January, fourth month of double-digit growth, as government measures to stimulate demand give way to deepening economic rebound.
Group of companies is announcing plans to build a wind turbine manufacturing plant in the Las Vegas area that officials say could employ about 1,000 people.
German conglomerate Siemens plans to expand a North Carolina unit that makes equipment for electric utility plants, adding hundreds of jobs.
Canadian liquidator that sells surplus industrial equipment offered the top bid of $45.5 million for a Chrysler plant in northeast Ohio.
General Motors has received a fleet order for 849 Hummers, so it won't shut down its Shreveport plant for two weeks in May, after all.
General Motors reportedly demanding that sub-assembly contractor Automodular Corp. cut its prices in half at GM's Oshawa, Ont., car plant or risk losing its contract.
Manufacturing output rose 0.2 percent in January compared with a year earlier, suggesting Britain's recovery from a deep recession is not accelerating quickly.
Biotechnology company to cut about 270 jobs, or around 40 percent of its staff, as it tries to save money and restructure its business to focus on its most advanced drugs.
Cell Therapeutics said Monday the Food and Drug Administration cleared a third-party manufacturing site for its experimental cancer drug.
Daimler unit says it will expand its Sao Bernardo do Campo truck and bus plant in Brazil and has hired about 1,400 workers to meet the production increase.
Company opened $196 million expansion of its Luling plant, which will increase Monsanto's production of agricultural herbicide by 20 percent.
Nova Scotia government is spending $60 million to help revive a defunct railcar plant that will soon manufacture components for wind turbines.
Economy Ministry said industrial orders surged 4.3 percent as demand increased for big-ticket goods, following a 1.6 percent month-on-month decline in December.
State officials say Ferrotec, a Japanese manufacturer of components for solar power equipment, plans to open a new factory in Fairview, Ore.
Commerce Dept. said factory orders rose 1.7 percent, slightly below the 1.8 percent gain economists had expected, but the biggest jump in four months.
Company closing Slim Jim facility in North Carolina that was damaged during a deadly blast last year, cutting hundreds of jobs and shifting production to Ohio.
Aircraft maker closing its engineering factory in Sydney and transferring the work of building rudders and other parts to a plant in Melbourne.
Renew Paper mill near St. Francisville, which filed for bankruptcy after a dispute with a contractor, could be sold as early as April, according to court filings.
More steelworkers are returning to Hibbing Taconite as the plant prepares for an April restart after sitting idle since last May.
Diesel engine maker is laying off 194 workers at its Columbus MidRange Engine Plant in response to a drop in orders by Chrysler.
Talgo, Spanish train company that agreed to build an assembly plant in Wisconsin, said it has chosen a site in Milwaukee that will create about 125 new jobs.
Workers released two managers they had detained at a Siemens subsidiary after the managers agreed to talks on the future of a plant slated for closure.
General Motors’ top sales executive says automaker needs to use its current factories to the maximum rather than taking expensive step of reopening closed plants.