Current Headlines

  1. Neptune Provides Update On Sherbrooke Plant

    Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc. ("Neptune" or the "Corporation") (Nasdaq:NEPT) (TSX:NTB), announced today that reconstruction of its Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada production facility will be completed April 7, 2014. Neptune is currently conducting equipment and safety related tests at the plant and employees are being trained

  2. Fonterra Begins Construction On New IDR357 Billion Plant In Indonesia

    Fonterra recently commenced construction on its first blending and packing plant in Indonesia, which will support the growth of its market leading consumer brands Anlene, Anmum and Anchor Boneeto

  3. Florida Biodiesel, Inc. Has Delivered A Biodiesel Plant To The Lorymat Corporation In Africa

    The Lorymat Corporation has chosen the B-500 Biodiesel processor for their prime transesterification facility

  4. Yokogawa Receives Orders For Coal/Oil Co-Processing Pilot Plant And Coal Tar Hydrogenation Plant Projects

    Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that its subsidiary, Yokogawa China Co., Ltd., has received orders from Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum (Group) Co., Ltd. (Yanchang Petro) to supply Yokogawa control systems for two groundbreaking oil plant construction projects in China

  5. Frost & Sullivan: Chemical Plants To Evolve From Conventional, Large-Scale Factories To Modular, Plug-And-Play Designs

    In order to meet the escalating demands for innovative and economical chemicals, several global trends are defining the chemicals industry of the future

  6. Bechtel-Led Team Selected To Build Hydroelectric Power Plant In Manitoba, Canada

    A Bechtel-led team, BBE Hydro Constructors Limited Partnership, has been awarded a contract worth approximately CAN $1.4 billion by Manitoba Hydro to build the Keeyask Generating Station on the lower Nelson River in northernManitoba, Canada

  7. Siemens Makes $55.8M Software Grant To Mott Community College To Educate And Train Workers For Manufacturing In Automotive Sector

    Today, from Ford Field, Siemens announced a $55.8M in-kind software grant to Mott Community College. Students there will now have access to the same Siemens product lifecycle management (PLM) software used in nearly every manufacturing environment in the world – and by more than 80% of automakers – to improve productivity and efficiency in the manufacturing process

  8. Method Breaks Ground And Unveils Designs For Its First U.S. Manufacturing Plant

    Recently , officials from Method joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to unveil designs for Method’s first manufacturing facility, located in the Pullman neighborhood of Chicago’s south side. Method is building an advanced facility with the goal of being the world’s first and only LEED Platinum certified manufacturing plant in its industry

  9. e-F@ctory Alliance Rely On nxtControl For Distributed Automation Architecture

    e-F@ctory Alliance partner nxtControl is leader in distributed automation systems technology and a pioneer in automation solutions according to IEC 61499 standard since 2007

  10. Westinghouse Completes Passive Safety Upgrade At Slovenia’s Krško Nuclear Power Plant

    Westinghouse Electric Company announced that it has successfully completed the installation of a fully passive containment filtered venting system (PCFVS) at the Nuklearna Elektrarna Krško (NEK) Nuclear Power Plant located in Slovenia