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Agie Ltd. Hosts Three-Day Inaugural Event

Monday, March 10, 2003
 
To celebrate the opening of its new U.S. headquarters in Lincolnshire, IL, Agie Ltd. held a three-day open house March 4-6 for the metalworking press (attended by MetalForming staff), its sales network of machine-tool distributors and VIP customers and business partners. The firm showed its newest products for wire and die-sinking EDM in the facility’s 2300-sq.-ft. demonstration area. It has another 3500 sq. ft. of office space, 8000 sq. ft. of warehouse space and 1750 sq. ft. available for future expansion. The firm is online at www.agieus.com.

China Led the World
in Machine-Tool Consumption in 2002

Monday, March 10, 2003
 
In one year, the Peoples Republic of China moved from number four to the top lost in consumption of machine tools, according to the 2003 World Machine Tool Output & Consumption Survey from Gardner Publications. Chinese consumption gained 20 percent over 2001 in a year when most nations saw annual purchases drop, including a decrease of 36 percent in the United States. Overall global production of machine tools dropped 14 percent in 2002 compared to 2001—top producer is Germany, followed by Japan, Italy, China and the United States.

Johnson Controls Contract to Lead to New Plant

Friday, March 07, 2003
 
Things are looking pretty good for Johnson Controls, Glendale, WI, now that is has won a new contract reportedly worth hundreds of millions of dollars to manufacture seats for Ford. The new contract resulted from the Visteon decision to stop manufacturing seats for Ford. With its new windfall, Johnson Controls expects to open a new plant in Michigan, and expand work done at its existing Michigan plants.

 

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