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Lobbying Powerhouses Duke It Out Over Ex-Im Reauthorization
Representatives of more than 600 manufacturers and businesses from 41 states descended on Capitol Hill Wednesday to encourage lawmakers to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank.
The Daily Caller – 2/27/2015

Cummins Opens New Generator Manufacturing Facility
Cummins Generator Technologies has announced the opening of a new purpose-built production facility dedicated to the manufacture and assembly of its Stamford P80 alternator range.
Diesel Progress – 2/26/2015

Businesses to descend on DC for Ex-Im push
Nearly 700 businesses of all sizes will flood Congress this week to tell Congress to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank.
The Hill – 2/24/2015

Terex Acquires Assets of Dueco
Terex Corporation has acquired substantially all of the assets of Dueco Inc.
Construction Equipment – 2/5/2015

Donaldson names Tod Carpenter President and CEO
Donaldson Company Inc. announced today that Tod Carpenter, 55, currently the company's Chief Operating Officer (COO), has been named President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective April 1, 2015.
OEM Off-Highway – 2/2/2015

Michael R. Henderson named as Grote's new Vice President of Engineering
Michael R. Henderson has been hired as Grote Industries Vice President of Engineering.
OEM Off-Highway – 1/22/2015

GE got out of their comfort zone and other manufacturers can too
The very nature of technology and innovation is changing, says GE's Beth Comstock, and those changes are profoundly affecting how industrial marketers develop and introduce new products.
AEM – 1/15/2015

Atlas Copco plans to acquire bolting solutions specialist
Atlas Copco, Stockholm, Sweden, has agreed to acquire Titan Technologies International, Clifton, N.J., a provider of bolting tools to a variety of industries, including oil and gas.
Rental Pulse – 12/21/2014

Minnesota Power U.S.-Canada transmission line wins FERC approval
Minnesota Power's Great Northern Transmission Line has taken a step forward. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), on November 25, approved a facilities construction agreement required to build this 500-kV, 220-mile line that will run from the Canadian-U.S. border northwest of Roseau, Minn. to an expanded Blackberry electric substation east of Grand Rapids, Minn.
Utility Products – 12/12/2014

Brazil to invest $3 billion in power grid upgrades in country's south
Energy developers have unveiled plans to invest $3 billion over the next five years to bolster electricity supply in Brazil's southern state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Utility Products – 12/10/2014