Mining giant Vale said Thursday that it will invest nearly $3 billion to build a steel plant in the Amazon state of Para.
Laboratory supplier says it expects to add 100 jobs in Frederick, Md., by expanding manufacturing, research and development operations there.
Companies planning to build parts plant for lightweight cars scheduled news conference with Gov. Chris Gregoire who has been trying to locate the factory at Moses Lake.
Cable parts manufacturer says it will close its Omaha plant late next year, as it relocates operations to other U.S. facilities.
Polymer Group to invest at least $65 million to expand facility in Waynesboro, including the purchase of equipment to increase production.
Energy Dept. loans, which were rejected last week, are considered vital for V-Vehicle's plan to build a new fuel-efficient car in Louisiana, creating about 1,400 jobs.
Japanese-owned TECHMA USA ceased production Tuesday and closed its plant in Gretna, Va., resulting in 89 layoffs.
Canadian brewer to close its Lakeport Brewery facilities in Hamilton, Ont., and lay off 143 workers, a move it says will help keep it competitive.
Grenada Stamping and Assembly is expanding its manufacturing plant and adding 40 jobs and $300,000 worth of improvements.
Automaker says it will start up a second shift and add 400 jobs at its No. 2 assembly plant in central Ontario early next year.
Japanese companies laid off more workers and hit the brakes on production in February, sending factory output down for the first time in a year.
German automotive group says it will expand commercial vehicle production through its Mercedes-Benz plant in Brazil starting in 2011.
Heartland Recreational Vehicles says it will invest more than $2.6 million to expand manufacturing in Elkhart and plans to hire up to 265 new workers by 2013.
Diversified industrial manufacturer on Monday said it will expand its Chinese operations by investing in a new engine valve production plant.
Company officially opens new $80 million plant in Dubuque, Iowa, the first plant Hormel has built from the ground up in more than a decade.
Japanese automakers said global production surged in February, as Toyota boosted output 83 percent despite an ongoing recall of several key models.
German industrial conglomerate says it wants to build wind turbine production plant in east or northeast of the U.K., but is still looking at locations.
California’s last remaining auto plant is winding down production as New United Motor Manufacturing, or NUMMI, prepares to close next Thursday.
Facility in Shanghai will be the largest in auto parts supplier's network of global technical centers within two years.
Automaker says it will bring back 600 laid-off workers and add equipment at two Canadian factories in order to turn out more hot-selling midsize crossover vehicles.
After years of working a four-day schedule, company and the union is considering a return to a five-day work week at its shipyards in Mississippi and Louisiana.
More than 450 jobs are being eliminated as Whirlpool ends a production shift at an Indiana factory that is being shut down in June and the work transferred to Mexico.
Brazilian division of French automaker Peugeot Citroen says it will spend $776 million over the next four years to increase production of vehicles and engines.
Automaker is stopping production at factories in France and Britain for total of nine days amid falling sales that Toyota partly attributed to its recent recall woes.