Gary Norville started at Messer Cuttings Systems Inc. in September 1980 selling and installing cutting machines. During Gary’s career with Messer, he worked in many different departments gaining vast knowledge of the company, working his way up the corporate ladder. Gary became President and CEO of Messer in 2007 and his last day is August 29, 2014.
July, 28 2014 Written by MP&P Staff
Inside a giant grey building on the outskirts of Solihull, UK, busy robots and full production lines provide a glimpse of the future of British car manufacturing.
Seco Tools, LLC has increased the experience and technical expertise of its product marketing team with the promotion of veteran employee Manfred Lenz from Senior Technical Specialist to Manager–Drilling Products, NAFTA.
July, 28 2014 Written by Ethan Lou for The Canadian Press
Ontario's overabundance of utility firms may pose a major roadblock to the province's plan to boost electric car ownership, some experts say.
July, 28 2014 Written by Ross Marowits for The Canadian Press
MONTREAL - Bombardier Aerospace president and CEO Guy Hachey is retiring after six years in the post amid a restructuring of operations at aerospace that will result in the layoff of 1,800 employees.
Héroux-Devtek Inc. recently announced that it has renewed an important multi-year contract with Bell Helicopter for the manufacturing of components and assemblies for several helicopter programs.
July, 23 2014 Written by The Associated Press
DETROIT - The ignition switch defects that engulfed General Motors are now a rapidly growing problem at Chrysler.
July, 22 2014 Written by Stephen Singer for The Associated Press
HARTFORD, Conn. - Private jet sales are rising again, climbing out of a deep recession when the company plane was an easy target for spending cuts.
SigmaTEK Systems LLC announces the kick-off of its 2014 Outdoor Adventure give-away. North American manufacturers, fabricators and others within the industry are invited to enter for a chance to win a hunting bow or $500 gift certificate to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World or Cabela’s.
July, 22 2014 Written by Danica Kirka for The Associated Press
LONDON - The failure of the Joint Strike Fighter to travel to England last week for a premier air show heaped further embarrassment on its developers as they try to convince skeptics that the $400 billion program was a price worth paying.