In 2010, we definitely started to see a trend of slowed off-shoring. A lot of people were very optimistic that there was going to be a large influx coming back from off-shore.
Local media reported that 61 people were hurt by a blast Riteng Computer, which supplies components to the computer company.
The new generation of satellites, known as Block III, will improve the accuracy of military and civilian GPS receivers to within three feet.
The next genreation of propane-fueled forklift operators need solid training and safety measures to better serve the 600,000 lifts operating today.
Christopher Artes and Medeana Hendershot, who romanticized riding trains cross-country, were killed when a train dumped its load of coal at a Florida power plant.
Supply chain collaboration will be fundamental in responding to the risks and opportunities posed by the scarcity of minerals and metals.
Iran had sought lower production, but it apparently bowed to Saudi Arabia, which wanted to effectively sets OPEC policy.
The monthly Global Port Tracker report predicts cargo volume at the nation’s major retail container ports should be up 0.3 percent in December.
Wall Street protesters' attempts to block gates at some of the West Coast's busiest ports have led to some partial shutdowns.
A new UL Global study found that Chinese and Indian manufacturers think global sourcing leads to better quality products, while others disagree.
Bal Seal Engineering expects to hire 210 people to work in the plant when it's finished in early 2013.
In the long-term, manufacturing in the U.S. is stabilizing, and we may even see a resurgence. People want to bring jobs back to the U.S.
The cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service will eliminate more than 250 processing centers and 30,000 workers, meaning next-day deliveries will be next to impossible.
The Japanese automaker said it expects to initially export about 6,000 vehicles, which will be assembled at the automaker's plant in Georgetown, Ky.
Companies decreased their overall orders to U.S. factories by 0.4 percent in October, the second straight month of contraction.
Manufacturing has grown for 28 straight months, thanks in part to higher auto sales, which boosts output among suppliers and materials producers.
The increased prevalence of counterfeit products only heightens the need for suppliers, distributors, and end users to communicate better.
The nation's major freight railroads have been unable to get an extension of contract talks with three labor unions, so a strike may be possible.
Corporate United has entered into a new 4-year agreement with Fastenal Company for industrial supplies.
Nick Wilson, CEO of Morrison Container Handling Solutions, has seen material handling change drastically since 1971, like speeds increasing four times.
Shares of major freight railroads fell as they wait for a presidential board to propose a settlement of labor talks between the industry and unions.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says he is "virtually certain there will be an overall industry shortage of disk drives" due to the disaster.
The disaster in Japan shut off parts supplies and made it tough for U.S. dealers to stock their lots.
Five people and four companies allegedly plotted to export 6,000 radio control devices, some of which were made in Minnesota.