Parts Shortage that Hit Ford Due to Plant Fire Spreads to More CompaniesA fire that damaged a Michigan auto parts supply factory is causing production problems at Ford.
Ford Could Stop Production of the F-150 After Michigan Plant Fire Ford could halt production of the F-150, its bestselling and most profitable vehicle, following a fire at a supplier's plant in Michigan last week.
Whirlpool To Close Indiana Center, Move Work To MichiganWhirlpool Corp. announced Monday it plans to shut down the last of its operations in a southern Indiana city, a plant that employed more than 1,500 workers a few years ago.
Fire At Sterling Heights Auto Supply Plant Sterling Heights firefighters battled a blaze Tuesday morning inside an AZ Automotive Corp. plant.
New Warren Lab Could Save Soldiers Lives A new Army laboratory near Detroit is expected to develop technology such as fuel cells and hybrid systems for combat vehicles.
Company Scraps Plans For Upper Peninsula PlantPlans for the Marquette County plant that could have produced about 500,000 tons of iron ore nuggets a year were announced in 2007.
Hyundai Plans Mich. Temperature Testing FacilityHyundai Motor Co. says it plans to build a Michigan testing facility to help examine the effects of extreme hot and cold temperatures for vehicle development.
GM Upgrades Flint Plant: UAW Looks For New JobsAs GM and the UAW gear up from new contract talks, the company is announcing new investments, and the union is trying to find ways to get more people back to work.
American Axle To Close Hamtramck PlantThe American Axle plant near the company's Detroit headquarters at Holbrook and I-75 will soon close, a company spokesman confirmed.
Campbell Soup To Close Michigan PlantA Marshall, Michigan manufacutring plant is among the casualties of some big cuts announced by the Campbell Soup Company.
Chrysler Faces Fines Over Plant ViolationsState regulators have issued $200,000 in fines against Chrysler for safety violations found during the investigation of a worker's death at a central Indiana factory.
GM: $2B Investment Means Thousands Of JobsGeneral Motors says it's going to invest $2 billion in 17 of its U.S. facilities. The company says that investment will create or preserve more than 4,000 jobs.