St. George Crystal has laid off 32 workers and closed its production line, and officials with the glassmaker say the plant could be shut down if it isn't sold soon.
Caterpillar Inc. said it expects assembly operations for a wide range of its machinery to be sporadically affected over the next few months due to tornado damage at a Mississippi plant.
Frustrated local fire officials have called upon a Texas company that specializes in putting out oil and silo fires, Williams Fire Suppression.
United States Marine Inc., comes back to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina destroyed its shipyard, forcing it to leave in 2005.
Four days after the Imperial Sugar refinery explosion that left four workers dead, hotspots in the plant prevent fire crews from searching for the last two missing workers.
Maker of beer brands Foster’s and Kronenbourg 1664 has sold a brewery in southern England, potentially cutting 360 jobs.
Pharmaceutical packaging plant will relocate from its current Lake Success, N.Y. location to a nearby larger facility in Hicksville by the end of March.
Medical device maker said it will consolidate some operations and cut staff in restructuring plan to reduce costs.
Paper and wood manufacturer agrees to sell its Snowflake, Ariz. mill to Catalyst Paper for $161 million as part of government buyout terms.
About 400 people who worked at Indiana plant before it closed last year are eligible for positions at other GM factories, such as a Kansas assembly plant that has 300 openings.
ECI Medical Technologies had 50 employees last fall with a payroll of more than $1.4 million, but only had eight employees when it closed its doors last Thursday.
Volatile dust was blamed in an explosion that leveled an Imperial Sugar's Dixie Crystals refinery, killing six.
Cincinnati-based Pierre Foods Incorporated is shuttering its Cedartown, Georgia, frozen food plant; 153 employees affected.
No workers were present when the fire began early Friday at the Champion Enterprises factory; facility is a total loss.
A sugar dust explosion rocked a refinery owned by Imperial Sugar near Savannah, Ga., sending more than 50 people to the hospital with six still missing.
Company that pioneered instant photography is getting out of the film business to focus on digital imaging.
Norske Skog will slash production by 504,000 tons annually, shut down one paper machine in Norway, and close mills in the Czech Republic and South Korea.
Oxford, Miss. Caterpillar plant that makes hose couplings collapsed Tuesday from severe tornadoes in the region; only a few minor injuries reported.
Plastics and resins maker will close a Canadian plant and seek a buyer for a Texas facility to offset expected pressures from high oil prices and poor auto sales in 2008.
Tyson Foods Inc. said it will lay off an additional 200 to 300 workers at its Emporia beef plant as it completes its plan to restructure the plant's operations.
CAW Local 200 President Mike Vince says the company has put almost 600 workers on notice that the facility will close in the spring of 2009.
Montreal investor plans to resurrect the former Abitibi Mission mill in Thunder Bay, Ont., which closed last spring and put about 300 people out of work.
Wheatland Meet Company suspended operations after a video showed workers brutalizing sick and crippled cows at the company’s Chino facility.
To meet the booming demand in the Middle East, steel maker bid $60 million to win an Egyptian government auction for a plant near the northern Red Sea coast.