Canadian Manufacturing

Fabrication


  • News Operations

    GM to add 600 jobs at Lansing

    October 28, 2010 by CanadianManufacturing.com Staff

    The embattled automaker says the popularity of its Cadillac CTS platform is forcing a second production shift.

  • Trade, pricing and business trends for 2011

    October 28, 2010 by Lisa Wichmann

    From the volatile dollar to rising interest rates, economic pressures are impacting trade, pricing and business prospects for 2011.

  • Conference preview: Protecting profits with cleantech

    August 25, 2010 by Lisa Wichmann

    What does the man who coined the term ‘cleantech’ more than a decade ago think about its promise today? Nicholas Parker, executive chairman and co-founder of the Cleantech Group (San Francisco), and one of the first to invest in sustainable

  • Canadian Manufacturing Article
    News Operations

    Tighten control of remote operations

    August 12, 2010 by PLANT STAFF

    Honeywell’s RC500 remote terminal unit. Photo: Honeywell MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ: Honeywell’s RC500 Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) gives industrial users more control over remote, automated operations such as those found in oil and gas operations. The modular and scalable controller easily

  • Canadian Manufacturing Article

    Technology helps cellulose mill tap wasted heat for energy

    July 5, 2010 by PLANT STAFF

    OTTAWA: Thermal Energy International Inc. is helping the Fortress Specialty pulp mill in Thurso, Que. use heat to augment its energy supply. Thermal Energy’s Forevergreen Energy Inc. subsidiary has signed a $1.8-million arm’s length greenpower purchase agreement with Fortress Specialty

  • Canadian Manufacturing Article

    Oil sands developers want some eco-respect

    April 21, 2009 by Joe Terrett, Editor

    Furthermore, citizens on both sides of the Canada/US border have a dim view of the tar sands and the “dirty oil” produced there. Of course, 500 ducks dieing in a Syncrude tailings pond near Fort McMurray, Alta. last April has