Purchasing managers and companies guided by lowest delivered costs, rather than life-cycle costs, can kill their companies. A purchasing culture that does not live by the principles of lean, and depends on long, thin supply chains, can kill a...
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"This settlement recovers substantial losses caused by E&P's decision to cavalierly place its own profits above its commitment to adhere to important nuclear safety and quality control requirements," said John Horn, U.S. attorney...
Meet the 2016 IndustryWeek Best Plants Award winners, our 27th class of superior performers who convincingly demonstrate that manufacturing excellence thrives. We announced the names of the six honorees in February. Now we add color as we tell...
Volkswagen has a little more tha 26 more months to buy back or repair at least 85% of all 2.0-liter diesels in the United States: “Nothing like this has ever been done.”
Poor quality was found on six of seven of the contractor’s Joint Stars aircraft that were inspected after the Air Force review raised questions about procedures.
The continuing problems have been a blow to Pratt & Whitney, which has spent $10 billion developing the innovative GTF engine.
In Magnolia, Texas, a tight-knit workforce delivers in a truly lean fashion.
EMS firm uses responsive lean manufacturing system to become customers’ electronic assembly arm.
In Danville, Va., a dedicated team of employees keeps operations up and running.