Manufacturing Supply Chain
Encouraged and disappointed over funding levels and programmatic changes in federal port-related programs
Disruption in container traffic comes when rail already slow
Computer and networking equipment maker announces four innovation hubs; Toronto will be home to Internet of Everything Innovation centre
Greenbrier reports new orders, driven in part by tank car safety concerns
The company was selected for providing products and service of outstanding quality and commitment to continuous improvement
Progressive press will eventually be used for both die tryout and regular parts production.
Canada-to-Russia exports have grown eight-fold in the past decade to $1.5 billion in 2011, and investment hit almost $5 billion in 2012
We'll drink to that - Hiram Walker to take on facility upgrade to supports job growth and product innovation.
Stow, Ohio plant to be closed for the label manufacturer to better position itself in the market.
New orders rise at a slower pace, survey says
Horizontal tail assembly for Lockheed Martin fighter jet built at Magellan Aerospace facility in Winnipeg
Aheran & Soper making provisions to grow their market reach.
Appointments, promotions and moves from around the sector
Canada Cartage celebrates centenary
Expands software portfolio
China's growth slows as leaders try to reduce reliance on trade and investment and encourage domestic consumption growth
Mega Brands manufactures the world's second-popular brand of construction toys for kids.
New investor group Highbury Canco Corp. to take over partial Heinz processing.
Head of logistics firm said lower Canadian dollar has provided some help for exports in recent months
New non-stop service opens cargo opportunities