Founded in 1960 by "Charlie" Cummins and "Chub" Wagner, Cummins-Wagner began as a one-product, two-employee company in a one room office.
PSW was previously part of a joint venture between Dubai Wire and PrimeSource, but PrimeSource is now taking 100 percent ownership and control.
Results for the month included 2 percentage points from acquisitions, net of dispositions, and a 1 percentage point decline from unfavorable foreign exchange.
A. M. Castle & Co. will supply raw materials and value added services, including processed and machined parts and supply chain solutions, to business units of United Technologies Corp.
Praxair, Inc. has started up a new packaged gas fill plant in Bismarck, ND, significantly increasing its cylinder gases capacity in the Bakken shale oil formation region.
Both companies are based in Houston. Jones Oil is a marketer and distributor of lubricants, fuel, and ancillary products to automotive shops, industrial facilities, and private and commercial vehicle fleets. High Tech is a provider of equipment for automotive shops, fleet maintenance, and the commercial industrial market.
The rebirth of a MI mine is almost miraculous to local residents who have borne the brunt of its demise, but it's part of something even bigger: a surprising resurgence of a mining industry that once was an economic pillar in three Upper Midwestern states but has been in serious decline.
Apollo is a supply chain management services company providing Class C production components and supply chain solutions, headquartered in West Midlands, England, with operating locations in England, France, Poland, and India.
Employers posted nearly 4.5 million jobs, up strongly from 4.2 million in March, the Labor Department said Tuesday. It's the largest number of job listings since September 2007.
General Electric broke ground on a new state-of-the-art Power & Water Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Greenville, SC, announcing plans to invest $400 million over the next ten years in Greenville to expand the company’s advanced manufacturing capabilities.
In a letter to be released Tuesday, the chief executives of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Loews Hotels, Tyson Foods, Cargill, and a half-dozen other national and regional companies write that without action to overhaul ineffective immigration laws and allow lower-skilled workers into the country legally, their businesses cannot ensure the workforce they need.
The DPA Buying Group welcomed ten new distributor members to its Safety and Industrial products divisions.
The average age is in line with the trend shift first seen in 2013, in which the combined fleet of cars and light trucks on the road is older than ever. New analysis, however, indicates the average age of light trucks has increased in the past year to the same age as passenger cars, both at 11.4 years. This milestone marks the first time this has happened since 1995, when the data was first reported.
The new unit will produce 600 tons per day in Memphis, TN, expanding the company’s ability to supply gaseous and liquid oxygen, nitrogen, and argon to customers across the southeastern United States.
Manufacturing production continues to outpace overall economic growth and will be led more by investment than by consumer-driven advances over the next 18 months, according to a new report by MAPI.
The first quarter performance represents the sixteenth consecutive quarter of year-over-year average daily sales growth. The company believes its sales performance represents growth of approximately 400 basis points in excess of its market growth estimate.
“Our focus was providing attendees with as many networking opportunities as we could fit into the span of two and a half days while providing IDC Owner-Distributors and Suppliers with tools to be more successful in their business,” said Jack Bailey, president and CEO of IDC-USA.
Total U.S. construction machinery exports for first quarter 2014 totaled $4.292 billion compared to $5.287 billion in the first quarter of 2013 – a drop of 18.8%, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), citing U.S. Department of Commerce data.
Small businesses that don't have one say they don't have the time, think it will cost too much or don't want the rush of orders that comes with being online. But entrepreneurs that have jumped to the digital side say their websites have boosted sales, cut down on time-consuming phone calls and brought more people into their stores.
April U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $391.53 million according to AMT. This was down 20.4% from March but up 9.8% when compared with the total of $356.52 million reported for April 2013.