Bi-annual show in Edmonton featured more than 75 new industrial products and services
Event coincided with negotiations between two sides on new free-trade agreement
Two-day event will feature conference sessions, presentations addressing challenges facing firms
Durham region launches networking series aimed at improving local sector
Conferences, seminars, trade shows, training sessions and more for Canadian manufacturers.
MMI a small show packed with big potential, opportunities
Experts will be on hand to assess state of sector in the province, discuss issues moving forward
While not without risks, China remains a viable choice for offshoring
Cross-border trade, wooden pallets and changing regulations
Canadian manufacturers take note: India plans to invest more than US$1 trillion over the next five years to meet infrastructure demands and more than half of that money will be coming from the private sector.
Join the conversation on building skilled talent across Canada by participating in the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s national conference in Regina June 3 to 5.
Reports and photos from the Fabtech show in Chicago, where vendors demonstrating new welding, fabricating, stamping and finishing equipment.
TORONTO: Canada is getting its own fabricating show. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Intl. (FMA) and the American Welding Society (AWS) will be launching FABTECH Canada March 20-22 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The event will showcase the latest fabrication technologies, tools and trends used in industries ranging from automotive ...
A dragon will descend on the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show 2011 (Oct. 17 to 20) in October and will add some heat to the world of manufacturing.
Today, the page is turning. Manufacturers are more confident about their prospects, and this optimism is reflected in the growth this year of the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show 2011 (CMTS).
“we’re seeing a major increase in orders since January...we’re way of per-recession times. We’ve turned the corner, no question"
Manufacturers in Quebec and Alberta who are ready to spend investment money on improving their productivity can check out new technologies, systems, equipment, machinery and more at two regional shows presented by SME.
Maintenance professionals, practitioners, scientists and speakers from around the world gather in Toronto each year for an exchange of ideas and to report on research and effective maintenance practices.
There are plenty of lucrative opportunities for Ontario manufacturers to supply clean tech and environmental expertise to Alberta's oil sands companies.
There’s money to be made from Alberta’s oil sands and not just by energy developers. There are opportunities for Canadian manufacturers to be part of a multi-billion dollar supply chain that is in need of products and services from a range of industries.