Canadian Manufacturing

Manufacturing Automation: Three key words for economic recovery

Some manufacturing companies have survived quite well, some have thrived, and some have struggled, stalled or failed

May 5, 2021  by Manufacturing Automation

Photo: Ju Photographer/Getty Images

The lockdowns have now been going on for over a year. Some manufacturing companies have survived quite well, some have thrived, and some have struggled, stalled or failed.

The same is true for our local economies; restaurants, hair salons, small retail shops and many other small businesses are failing, never to reopen.

It is catastrophic to many communities and many families. Governments are promising relief programs and stimulus budgets, but these things are temporary in nature and won’t lead to a sustainable recovery.

Read more on Manufacturing Automation, one of Canadian Manufacturing‘s sister publications.

Advertisment

Print this page

Related Stories