June 11, 2015
Pratt & Whitney's Middletown, IN, facility now has what is being called the "world's largest capacity linear friction welding machine." The machine was delivered in early May and installation is expected to be completed in September.
June 10, 2015
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and Siemens are getting a helping hand from the Federal government to support a project for training and certification for youth for careers in advanced manufacturing fields.
June 5, 2015
A surge in employment in the manufacturing sector helped Canada's economy gain 58,000 jobs in May, the biggest gain in employment in seven months, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada.
June 3, 2015
LIncoln Electric Co., Cleveland, OH, has acquired intellectual property related to laser welding and marking systems produced by Process Equipment Co. (PECo) of Tippo City, OH. The company's Wayne Trail subsidiary, which produces laser welding, cutting, ablation, cladding and marking systems, will service and support the installed base of PECo laser welding and marketing systems.
May 26, 2015
Dan Mazerolle has been appointed product support specialist at CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., Windsor, ON.
May 20, 2015
The Canadian economy is on course for sustainable, balanced growth, following a setback caused by the drop in oil prices, but it continues to face challenges, according to Stephen S. Poloz, Bank of Canada governor, who spoke to the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce on May 19.
May 18, 2015
Hypertherm is expanding its support to welding schools and training programs in Canada and the US by making all ten hours of is AWS Sense approved curriculum available for free download by teachers. At the same time, the company is launching a new educational grant program to place Powermax systems in Canadian and US schools.
May 12, 2015
by Tim Wilson
There’s a lot of talk these days about the need for Canada to educate more skilled tradespeople, and the role that individual businesses can play. The criticism is often that business doesn’t invest enough, but part of the problem is that they don’t know how to proceed. Assessment, after all, is crucial, yet metalworking shops have varying degrees of competency.