Canadian Manufacturing
July, 24 2014

Porsche cuts Canadian sticker price of 2015 Panamera hybrid

Canadian customers can expect to pay $110,000 for a new Panamera hybrid—$3,000 less than before

July, 28 2014

Safety issues grind Enbridge pipeline expansion to a halt in Manitoba

Enbridge ordered by NEB o stop work along Line 3 oil pipeline in Manitoba amid environmental, safety concerns
July, 25 2014

Nanotechnology sector in Western Canada gets $3.3M boost from Ottawa

Funding to be used by ACAMP for specialized advanced manufacturing, product development equipment

July, 25 2014

Consumer products maker moving into new Brantford, Ont., digs

Koolatron moving into new 70,000-sq.ft. facility in Brantford, Ont., expanding N.Y. warehouse
July, 25 2014

Nalcor Energy strikes deal for survey of oil in N.L. offshore

Provincial Crown corporation said work will help chart province's largely unexplored offshore

Success Centres

Manufacturing Innovation

Four trends having a big impact on manufacturing

New product and customer demands mean shifting priorities on the shop floor
Financial Management

Leasing and asset financing—answers to some common questions

The right strategy allows your shop floor to keep pace with business growth


Productivity Improvement

Employee fatigue having a major impact on the energy sector: survey

Proper scheduling and workflow visibility reduce accidents and maintenance errors, while improving productivity
CETA Trade Resource

CETA: Relationships in Europe key to success for Canadian firms

Local relationships important first step toward taking advantage of opportunity presented by trade deal
July, 25 2014

Financing completed for 100MW Kingston, Ont., solar project

Samsung, infrastructure investment firm Connor, Clark & Lunn providing financing for massive solar project
July, 25 2014

BC Hydro program aims to cut costs for pulp and paper industry

Power Smart program will provide incentives for pulp and paper producers that install energy conservation measures
July, 25 2014

Study claims Arctic oil spills likely to spread across borders

Any type of significant oil spill in Canada's western Arctic would likely spread quickly to Alaska, Russia

Made possible by: Climate Change & Emissions Management Corporation


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