US manufacturing entrepreneur Tim Leatherman has said that there’s no reason why manufacturing could not thrive in South Australia.
The chief executive of one of the UK’s largest manufacturing companies has warned that Britain leaving the EU would be bad for manufacturing in the UK.
Chuck Hull, founder of 3D Systems and recognised as inventor of the first 3D printer, will be inducted into the USA’s National Inventors Hall of Fame.
UK manufacturing grew in February as employment in the sector also rose significantly.
The UK’s workforce is getting older and older, and manufacturing will be particularly hard hit.
A Wellington, New Zealand-based company will provide 4,700 doors for the new $1.8 billion Royal Adelaide Hospital, which will open in 2016.
China’s official PMI fell to an eight-month low in February.
Manufacturing is New Zealand’s largest economic sector and is ‘vibrant and kicking’, according to a report released by ManufacturingNZ today.
United States negotiators have told participants in Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade negotiations that the pact may initially exclude Japan.
General Electric plans to spend big on environmentally friendly energy research, such as fracking technologies and wind turbines.
Honda Cars India began production at its second Indian manufacturing facility, located at Tapukara in Alwar in Rajasthan on Monday.
SCA Kawerau has upgraded its Bay of Plenty tissue facility, investing $NZ 60 million to upgrade the half-century-plus-year-old facility.
Fire broke out at in Mumbai, at Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg between Bhandup and Nahur station on Sunday.
Porsche will recall all of its 911 GT3 sports-cars that have been manufactured worldwide this year because of fears they may catch fire.
Markit Economics’ preliminary survey of US manufacturers shows a result stronger than any other in nearly four years.
Safety experts have commenced a program of inspections of 1,500 garment factories in the impoverished nation of Bangladesh.
Troubled French car maker Peugeot Citroen has been given a cash injection by the French government and Chinese state-owned company Dongfeng.
Australian steelmaker BlueScope Steel is to buy the assets of Fletcher Building’s Pacific Steel in a $NZ120 million ($A112.16 million) deal.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sector recorded its 16th straight month of expansion in January, according to the latest PMI figures.
ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaker and a company whose fortunes are seen as a gauge of global manufacturing has forecast higher profits in 2014.