SKF builds new factory in China

March 8, 2011

SKF continues its expansion in Asia and is building a new factory in Jinan, in the Shandong Province, China. The new investment will support the rapid growth of SKF’s business ... Read more »

Federal-Mogul reports strong 2010 results

March 1, 2011

Federal-Mogul Corporation, Southfield, Michigan, USA, has reported 2010 full year revenue of $6.2 billion, representing an increase of $889 million or 17% over 2009 figures. The company stated net income ... Read more »

Bodycote recovers and reports rapid growth

February 28, 2011

Bodycote PLC, headquartered in the UK, has reported growth across all of its business divisions in its recently published 2010 results. The group reported a substantial recovery from its loss ... Read more »

ERAMET increases turnover by 33% in 2010

February 21, 2011

ERAMET, the French mining and metallurgical group headquartered in Paris , has announced a 33% increase in turnover for 2010. Figures recently released show turnover grew to €3,576 million in 2010, up from €2,689 million in 2009, with operating incom ... Read more »

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