Written by Canadian Press June, 26 2012
TORONTO (CP) - Scotiabank Economics says robust vehicle production in Canada and the United States is expected to soften in the coming months as dealer inventories reach normal levels.
Written by Mary Del Ciancio April, 02 2012
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers' Toronto chapter was at Fabtech Canada in March educating attendees about its "Take back manufacturing" (TBM) campaign, which is aimed at getting government, educators and industry leadership to work closer together to plan the recovery…
Written by Rob Colman March, 19 2012
In early February, the Quebec offices of Deloitte released a new study discussing the challenges of Quebec’s manufacturers. It is a no-holds-barred look at how manufacturing is struggling in the province, and how it can reinvigorate itself with the right…
Written by Peter Rakobowchuk February, 28 2012
LONGUEUIL, Que. (CP) - The newly-appointed head of a sweeping review of federal aerospace and space policies says he has no interest in producing a report that will just end up in a filing cabinet.
Written by MP&P Staff February, 01 2012
WINNIPEG - GE today announced the opening of a new $50 million Aircraft Engine Testing, Research and Development Centre (TRDC) in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The new centre will perform icing certification testing on GE's jet engines, as well as develop advanced…
Written by Rob Colman January, 20 2012
Toronto - Bombardier Aerospace announced yesterday that Geneva-based PrivatAir has placed a firm order for five CS100 airliners and has taken options on an additional five CS100 aircraft.
Written by Graphicast January, 04 2012
A leading manufacturer of lens processing equipment is saving time and money, thanks to an economical casting process. A part that was, until recently, made up of four individually machined pieces is now being produced as a single, economical casting…
Written by Rob Colman December, 22 2011
Florence, Kentucky, December 22 – The Greenspoint District near Houston, Texas recently named Mazak’s Southwest Technology Center and Regional Headquarters the area’s “Company of the Year” for demonstrating an ongoing commitment to the community.
Written by Canadian Press December, 22 2011
TORONTO (CP) - Scotia Economics says the cyclical recovery in global auto sales that began in mid-2009 remains intact, although gains have moderated to five per cent this year from 12 per cent in 2010.
Written by Ross Marowits December, 13 2011
MONTREAL (CP) - Airplane and train maker Bombardier Inc. says it is on the runway to nearly double its revenues and boost profit margins by developing new planes and expanding sales to emerging markets.