Allegheny Technology sales up 33% in 2010

March 9, 2011

Allegheny Technology Inc. (ATI) based in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, reported a 33% increase in sales over 2009 figures to reach US $4.05 billion. Segment operating profit was reported at $356.5 million, ... Read more »

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 »

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