CEO Carlos Ghosn said even if the United States isn’t in recession, its auto industry is — though it ''will not stay in recession for a long time.''
United Auto Workers union says an 'unanticipated parts shortage' has stopped production at Chrysler's assembly plant in Belvidere, Ill.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer said it plans to deliver 195-200 planes in 2008; Asia-Pacific region will take 20-25 percent of the total aircraft Embraer will sell globally by 2012.
Europe's two biggest steelmakers, ArcelorMittal and ThyssenKrupp, upbeat about weathering any global downturn this year, expecting strong steel demand and higher prices to cover soaring costs.
Chrysler LLC plans to end its relationship with parts supplier Plastech Engineered Products Inc., shifting the business to other companies because of a price dispute.
Expanded Santa Teresa zone includes about 1,200 acres along the New Mexico-Mexico border, with about 2.3 million square feet of manufacturing and distribution facilities.
Automaker plans to close four assembly plants temporarily due to the bankruptcy protection filing of Plastech Engineered Products, one of its plastic parts suppliers.
Unusually heavy snow and prolonged cold have slowed transport systems, preventing deliveries of coal and other raw materials.
Automaker blames General Motors for the decision, saying GM ceased production for Isuzu of the Ascender sport utility vehicle and i-290 and i-370 pickup trucks.
Textron Inc. said its Bell Helicopter subsidiary will increase production of certain in-demand models and halt production of others.
From steel mills to travel agents, Chinese companies are bracing for tougher times as a U.S. slump cuts into sales to all-important American markets.
Relatively stable automotive production levels along with lower raw material costs and currency benefits could result in better-than-expected financial results for some suppliers.
U.S. manufacturers said the changes should boost the ability of American companies to make overseas sales.
The problem for Airbus and Boeing isn't too few customers — it's getting planes off their production lines fast enough to meet demand.
Automakers form OEM agreement for Nissan to produce cars based on its Versa model, to be sold by Chrysler in South America.
Manufacturer spending $2.3 million for 33.5 percent stake in a local crucible maker to 'significantly reduce' costs of purchasing crucibles from abroad.
Bush administration is going ahead with a controversial pilot program giving Mexican trucks greater access to U.S. highways despite a new law by Congress against it.
Accenture's study results indicate that supply chain professionals are doing better at collaborating and communicating with customers than they were two years ago.
Molson Coors Brewing and owner of the Corona brand have created a joint venture to import and sell Modelo's beer in Canada.
Report from the National Association of Manufacturers suggests small and medium manufacturers seek out new partners along the global supply chain to capitalize on growth and mitigate risks.
Popular ‘No. 8’ brand is scarce because the Dickel distillery shut down production from 1999 to 2003, trying to reduce inventory of the Tennessee sippin' whiskey.
Small 0.1 percent rise was seen as an effort by companies to control inventories in advance of an expected period of sluggish growth.
Census Bureau report shows sales rose 0.7 percent from September, while inventories were virtually unchanged.
Paper company's decision to move its product by rail will remove at least 400 trucks a week from the crowded Interstate 64 corridor in Virginia.
Chinese Commerce Ministry report attributes discrepancy between the increase in export volume and sales to 'unhealthy competition' in the passenger car industry.