Plastics and Coatings
80,000-sq. ft. expansion includes new office, laboratory and greenhouse space
Safe Technology Ltd. developed fe-safe durability simulation suite for predicting product durability
Production increased more slowly than in July; factories added jobs at weaker rate
As legislation snakes its way through Rust Belt, Fraser Institute says Ontario needs to follow suit
Massive replica of infamous aircraft on loan from Canadian Air and Space Museum in Toronto
Manufacturing among the sectors with the most potential for openings.
Acquiring 70 per cent interest in Brazil-based Caloi, largest bicycle brand in Latin America
Hay survey of top employers shows oil and gas, chemicals will pay the most.
Government said funding will help expand aerospace composites sector in Canada's west
Lower sales in miscellaneous manufacturing, metal and wood products largely behind decrease
Federal Reserve says manufacturing output edged down 0.1 per cent compared with June
North Korea estimated to have received $80-million in workers' salaries in 2012 from Kaesong complex
Manufacturing is coming back to New York, but not in a shape anyone's seen before
North Korean workers to be sent back when South Korean businesses ready to resume operations
Montreal-based firm posted US$9.3-million net loss, lower adjusted earnings for quarter
Real GDP increased 0.2 per cent for fifth consecutive month of growth
Firms often yield higher returns than they would operating with Canada's traditional trade partners
Oil and gas saw biggest drop at 5.7 per cent, followed by 3.7 per cent decline in forest products
Graphic Packaging closing Brampton, Ont., plant, cutting 150 jobs
Cracked hydrogen pipeline at factory producing toxic paraxylene triggered the fire.