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Technology, customization shift global manufacturing: study
Manufacturers consider proximity to their customers vital as technology drives an industry shift.
What’s new in sensor technologies
Industrial sensor technologies from Sick USA, Renishaw and Baumer.
Kellogg suppliers to disclose carbon emissions
Cereal maker’s updated sustainability plan includes its own plants.
October auto sales up 7.4% over 2012, DesRosiers says
Ford led the way with a gain of more than 10%, selling 22,635 vehicles for the month, up from 20,561 a year ago.
Davie Yards targets coast guard contracts, expects employment to double
The once mothballed operation is humming with 750 workers as it prepares to launch its first ship since restarting operations last year.
From PLANT West: Missing in action?
Intelliwave’s system keeps track of your assets.
From PLANT West: D-Wave’s Quantum leap
D-Wave puts the super into complex computing.
Advance Auto Parts buying General Parts International for $2.04B
As part of the acquisition, Advance Auto will get 1,246 company operated stores and 1,418 independently owned Carquest locations.
Steelworkers union secures 98% strike mandate at AltaSteel
The union says AltaSteel is making extreme demands and trying to undercut union representation.
No guarantee Canada’s auto plants will get new models, analysts say
Canadian assemblers could lose more than 20% of their production by 2020: AutomotiveCompass.
CAE CEO calls on feds to help win big business in Asia’s growing market
Parent says recent pushing has opened doors in Southeast Asia’s fast-growing emerging markets.
Most automakers report increased sales in September
Analysts suggest if sales continue at their current pace, 2013 will be a record year for auto sales, topping 1.7 million units.
Manufacturing slows in Japan, but backing tax hike plan
Industrial output falls 0.7% after a 3.4% jump in July, but picking up.