GM is sinking an undisclosed amount of money into a steel alloy that would help the automaker comply with stronger federal fuel economy standards.
About 700 union workers of United Steelworkers Local 5668 argue that they shouldn't have to pay more for health care costs.
The office says Ryco Fire Protection Services unfairly used cheaper foreign-made steel in order to gain an unfair competitive advantage in bidding.
Two RG Steel plants were sold to companies based in Pittsburgh and South Korea, and local steelworkers don't know if they'll be heading back to work.
Ford says Dana's frames were to blame for a 2011 recall of more than 425,000 Windstar minivans for corrosion caused by road salt.
The Hydroflow Automatic Vacuum Filtration Systems from Eriez work continuously with minimal operator attention and provide consisisten solids separation and good coolant life for the metalworking industry.
Eriez has released the Eddy Current Nonferrous Metal Separators, which feature improved permanent magnetic circuits with Rare Earth Erium 3000.
Founded in 1952, the Felman Plant produces high-quality ferroalloys, elements essential in the manufacturing of steel.
Bridge building company Big R Bridge plans to invest $1.9 million and hire 30 workers for the facility to manufacture prefabricated bridge parts.
Substantial legal requirements result in more complex functional specifications for the implant manufacturers: From the design - including the materials — through production, the complete process chain must be documented and validated. CNC-controlled high-tech machines support the prosthetics manufacturers, and permit high-quality products to be manufactured despite the continuing pressures of high cost.
A 5 percent increase in prices may boost profits, but analysts aren't sure if it will help the company climb out of its recent second-quarter loss.
Protesters were detained for throwing flower pots, bricks and stones at officers while opposing the potential pollution of an alloy copper plant project.
Abrasives are playing an important role in present-day production methods. Used in the manufacture of most durable goods and raw material production, Saint-Gobain’s Patrick Redington, director of application engineering, says he has seen the domestic demand for abrasives “rise substantially since the recession of 2009.” Manufacturing companies are investing in new technologies with an eye on efficiency, safety, and productivity.
More and more production and fabrication work looks like it is coming back to developed economies, so how can countries take advantage using unpaced production lines?
Shifang city in the southwestern province of Sichuan axed the project after thousands of people — including high school students — protested possible pollution.
Porter's Fabrications will spend $2.5 million to increase its capacity in the Sumter plant it opened about eight years ago.
Nucor announced that it is joining with Yamato Kogyo Co. to expand production into wider, stronger and lighter sheet piling sections.
Haynes CEO Mark Comerford says the $24M investment will add about 20 percent to the Kokomo factory's capacity and create 40 new jobs.
Ur-Energy anticipates an annual output of 1 million to 2 million pounds of refined yellowcake uranium powder, which could be a boon for nuclear power plants.
The Fort Wayne-based company says it will spend $11.8 million in new equipment, and could add about 15 jobs with an expanded facility.
The area's coal miners on average make up to $70,000 a year, and most of them will struggle to find those kinds of wages in the future.
The Russian steelmaker says it has spent $1.4 billion modernizing the plant in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn to make high-strength steels.
JET has announced a new metal forming lineup, with 25 machines that satisfy the production needs of fabricators, welders, maintenance crews, mechanical contractors, aircraft and ship repair operations, and job shops, plus more.
Demand from the construction sector remains weak, costs for raw materials are high, credit is tight and there's too much steelmaking capacity.
The Australian miner $793 million plant, the first rare earths refinery outside of China in years, is safe and has state-of-the-art pollution control.