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Subsidiaries of Dutch firm Eriks nv have acquired American distributors Seals & Packings and Action Industrial Group.
The company took a bigger net loss than it did in 2014's first quarter, despite a healthy sales volume increase.
Rick Weller takes an executive position with the company with a leadership background that includes positions at Ingersoll-Rand and Textron.
Another big quarter for the Kenosha, WI-based toolmaker was led by a 10 percent sales increase in its Snap-on Tools Group segment.
The transaction will give Stellar a new reach into the U.S. southeast, as its other 11 branches are in the country's northwest.
The combination brings together a leader in cloud omnichannel commerce with a leader in commerce marketing automation.
Scott Wilson takes the leadership position, having 20+ years experience with the company.
Ingersoll-Rand's report included a 7 percent revenue increase in its Industrial segment.
3M's Industrial and Safety segments had overall sales decreases despite posting organic growth as the manufacturer's total profit was flat.
The quarterly profit gain continues a big 2015 for the electronic components distributor, as Avnet's fiscal nine-month profit is now up 15 percent over 2014's.
United Stationers' 2014 acquisitions of CPO and MEDCO increased industrial supplies sales nearly 60 percent as the company's restructuring and consolidation will continue throughout the year.
Citing reduced Q1 demand in its industrial market, WESCO slightly revised its full year outlook while stating actions to accelerate its sales initiatives and streamline its business.
As the fifth largest cutting tool manufacturer in the world, YG-1 exports to 53 countries around the world and has manufacturing partners in the U.S., Ireland, South Korea, and China.
Currency headwinds hurt ITW's bottom line, despite strong organic sales growth in the company's automotive OEM segment.
Analysis shows that the country's top 30 export categories combined for a trade deficit of more than $67 billion in 2013.
Lincoln's overall sales decreased despite a modest increase in its North American Welding segment.
IBC's new independent distributors specialize in hardware, fleet, steel products, industrial supplies, and cutting tools.
Timken says the new plant will significantly improve production efficiencies in the manufacture of Philadelphia Gear brand high-speed drives and expand the company's opportunities with new and legacy original equipment customers.
Both Motion Industries and EIS had modest year-over-year sales increases, while Motion Industries posted a solid profit gain.