Automaker says it will suspend production at four assembly plants in Japan due to a delay in getting supplies of engine parts from Hitachi Ltd.
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Johnson & Johnson said it probably won't have supplies for some 40 varieties of medications recalled earlier this year until at least 2011, after closing a key manufacturing site.
Companies that make the large sections of Boeing's new 787 jetliner have been asked to hold back shipping the assemblies for two of the jets for about a month.
Officials from the electric car company visited a Panasonic plant in Japan that will make more than 300 million lithium-ion battery cells per year and serve as a Tesla supplier.
German car maker halting production for a day at its Ruesselsheim plant because parts from Mexico have not arrived due to disruption in flights caused by Iceland's volcano eruption.
As the ash cloud from Iceland's volcano disrupts global air freight, U.S. manufacturers are finding that the strategy of keeping inventories lean is backfiring.
BMW AG is cutting production at its assembly plant in Spartanburg, S.C., because the volcanic eruption in Iceland has disrupted delivery of key parts for two SUVs.
Automaker said it will suspend vehicle production at two factories in Japan after a parts shipment was halted by volcanic ash disrupting international flights.
Two countries say a solution to the issue of giving Mexican trucks access to U.S. interior states, and vice versa, is ‘the highest priority.’
Operating group of auto parts giant Magna International and Hollingsworth Logistics formed joint venture to supply Volkswagen with seat systems for its new car line.
Evergreen International Airlines is suing Boeing after it was ditched as a contractor on the 787 supply chain.
Indiana-based Carbon Motors Corp., a new company planning to produce fuel-efficient police cruisers, said it had chosen Germany's BMW AG to supply its engines.
World's largest brewer shut down production in Belgium in an escalation of a standoff with workers over job cuts, causing supplies of certain brands to run low.
Shoppers bought a little more jewelry, electronics and boots but passed by the women's clothing racks this holiday, according to figures released Wednesday.
Oil has surged about 15 percent since mid-December as colder weather in the U.S. boosts demand for crude products such as heating oil.
Additional tariffs on imports of European carbon steel fasteners range from 16.8 percent to 24.6 percent and take effect Dec. 28, Beijing announced.
Beijing expressed disappointment Tuesday at a WTO ruling that it is illegally restricting imports of movies, music and books.
European Union nations voted Tuesday to extend trade charges on Chinese and Vietnamese leather shoes by 15 months to protect European shoemakers.
Auto powertrain manufacturer said Wednesday that it will supply the engine and drivetrain for the Hyundai 2010 Tucson and ix35 models.
Belgium-based commercial vehicle supplier signed a deal to supply vacuum pumps for the brakes on Chery Automobile’s diesel and gasoline cars.
Nestle, which sells nearly all the canned pumpkin in the U.S., says poor weather hurt its harvest, creating a potential shortage of its Libby's pumpkin pie products.
Michigan-based Kellogg says it temporarily halted production of its Eggo brand frozen waffles in September at its plant in Atlanta, Georgia because of flooding there.
Drug maker said FDA will not approve potential Pompe disease treatment Lumizyme until the company fixes manufacturing problems at its Boston-area facility.