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Mori-Seki Lathes Headed for Roll-Kraft

Wednesday, January 16, 2002
 
Roll supplier Roll-Kraft announced the acquisition of two Mori-Seki CNC lathes in the fourth quarter of 2001. Roll-Kraft expects that the additional machine capacity, coupled with several recently implemented continuous-process improvements, will shorten manufacturing lead times at its Mentor, OH, plant.

Conference-Call Briefing on Light-Truck Accessory Aftermarket

Tuesday, January 15, 2002
 
Frost & Sullivan will host a 30-minute conference call on Thursday, Jan. 17, at 2:00 p.m. (EST) to discuss its new market research collected on the light-truck accessories aftermarket. Designed to inform manufacturers, distributors and other industry participants on market opportunities, the research covers opportunities related to several aftermarket products, including bed accessories, running boards and steps, covers, truck caps, hood shields, grille and brush guards, wind deflectors and toolboxes. To participate in the briefing, send an e-mail to transportation@frost.com and include name, company name, title, phone and fax numbers and e-mail address.

Tower Announces Restructuring, Possible Plant Closure

Tuesday, January 15, 2002
 
Tower Automotive Inc., Grand Rapids, MI, as part of a restructuring effort, will cut 215 engineering, finance, information-technology and human-resource personnel at the company's technical and administrative centers in Novi, Rochester Hills and Grand rapids, MI: Milwaukee, WI; and some U.S. and Canadian manufacturing operations. This follows notification by Tower Automotive that it may discontinue stamping and ancillary processes at its Milwaukee Press Operations and relocate that to other company or supplier plants. Some 450 hourly and another 40 salaried workers would be affected by such a shutdown. With the closure, the Milwaukee location still would continue frame assembly for Dodge Ram and Ford Ranger trucks.

 

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