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Honeywell sign at the company's global headquarters.
Honeywell Appoints First COO Since 2002
Darian Adamczyk, an eight-year Honeywell veteran, had been running the company’s performance materials unit and is the first COO named since Dave Cote took over as CEO 14 years ago.
Ford RecallsThree Models, One for Underhood Fire
Ford RecallsThree Models, One for Underhood Fire
Two underhood fires from the Lincoln MKC (2015-2015) and 2016 Ford Explorer vehicles were repoted in Canada, but no accidents or injuries occurred.
Recalled Volvo Trucks Ordered 'Immediately' Taken off Road
The trucks were subject to a recall two weeks ago, but the FMCSA has determined the defect is dangerous enough to sideline the vehicles.
On World Water Day GE  Spells out Sustainable Water  Strategy
On World Water Day GE Spells Out Sustainable Water Strategy
GE has announced 2020 commitments to reduce freshwater consumption by an additional 20% from the 2011 baseline, which translates to a 1.8 billion gallon reduction in total annual water usage.
Florida Funding Aerospace Workforce
Florida Funding Aerospace Workforce
Florida is ranked No. 1 in the nation by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in aerospace manufacturing attractiveness. It also is nationally ranked as the No. 2 largest aviation, aerospace and space establishment by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Superior Performers: The 2015 IndustryWeek Best Plants Award Winners
The 2015 IW Best Plants Award winners represent our 26th class of high achievers. They join stellar company with stellar aims: to be even better tomorrow.
Coal-Impacted Communities Get Workforce Development Funds
Coal-Impacted Communities Get Workforce Development Funds 2
Communities and regions that have been negatively impacted by changes in the coal economy -- including mining, coal fired power plants and related transportation, logistics and manufacturing supply chains -- can apply for resources to help strengthen their economy and workforce.
Machinists Union Revives Campaign at Boeing South Carolina 1
A vote on whether to unionize production workers could come as early as this year, as both the International Association of Machinists and Boeing ramp up their ad campaigns.
A roll of steel at a Belgium plant.
ArcelorMittal Selling Shares to Raise $3 Billion
Want to buy some more of the largest steelmaker in the world? You can (provided you already own at least some stock), for $2.44 per share, as the company turns to investors to help cut debt.
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt.
GE CEO Earned $33 Million in 2015 While Driving Industrial Overhaul
According to a company filing with the SEC, GE boosted its market value by $40 billion last year. ... GE also announces plans to create 160 new jobs in Chicago focusing on digital advancements in transportation and healthcare.
Modern Day Rosies: Portraits of Women in Manufacturing
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Deanna Fitzmaurice took these photos highlighting women at work in manufacturing. Read on and click through the gallery to learn more about their stories.
Honda Teams with Boston Accelerator for Fresh Tech Ideas
The automaker is particularly interested in emerging connected car and vehicle intelligence technologies, along with novel human-machine interfaces.
Michael Horn is Out as Volkswagen America CEO
Hinrich J. Woebcken, recently announced as the new head of the North American region and chairman of Volkswagen Group of America, will assume the role of interim president and CEO.
Wanted: Workers with Creativity, Analytical Skills
Manufacturers need more workers who can think critically, a new study from Strayer University finds.
A Superhero Helps Toyota Battle Bad Workplace Posture
A year after posting Ergoman comic strips around the plant, Toyota's Alabama plant saw a 41% increase in ergonomic test scores and an 85% decrease in ergonomic-related first-aid incidents.
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