New NGen projects support industry clusters and manufacturing technologies
The projects are part of the NGen-funded advanced manufacturing initiatives under the Canadian Government’s Innovation Supercluster Initiative
HAMILTON, Ont. — Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen) has funded four new projects supporting the critical growth of advanced manufacturing in Canada with approximately $3.5 million in collaborative funding.
“NGen, with the support of the Canadian Government, has provided vital support to Canadian businesses at a time when they need it most, by supporting industry-led innovation, helping to scale up smaller companies into global competitors, and creating new commercial opportunities to boost both exports and job growth,” said Navdeep Bains, minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, in a prepared statement.
“We’re happy to announce the latest round of NGen funding for projects that connect manufacturers and technology companies and accelerate the development, adoption, and scale-up of transformative capabilities in Canadian advanced manufacturing technology,” said Jayson Myers, CEO, NGen. “NGen projects are developing unique, collaborative solutions to industrial challenges and are positioning Canada as a world leader in advanced manufacturing.”
The following projects were approved for NGen co-investment, and were selected by a panel of independent experts:
These projects are part of the NGen-funded advanced manufacturing initiatives under the Canadian Government’s Innovation Supercluster Initiative.