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Bystronic Canada Ltd. has announced that Terry Matheson and Gannon McSween are joining as direct sales personnel for Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Terry Matheson, who has over 25 years of direct sales and sales management experience and has been working with major brands in the CNC milling industry, will be responsible for sales in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Gannon McSween has over 20 years in direct sales and sales management experience and has been working with major brands in the metal fabrication industry. He will be responsible for sales in Alberta and British Columbia.

Canada's future lies in advanced manufacturing: news report

Manufacturing in Canada is far from dead and there are many examples of successful manufacturers to prove it, according to a recent National Post news story.

ESAB restructures North American operations

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products is restructuring its operations and will integrate ESAB and Victor regional operations and facilities. The restructuring will be deployed in phases throughout this year and 2016.

Hypertherm re-launches contest for North American schools

Hypertherm is holding its "Spark Something Great" education grant program again in 2017. The contest is open to Canadian and US schools and 10 North American winners will receive Hypertherm's new Powermax45 XP plasma cutting and gouging system and the company's Plasma Cutting Technology: Theory and Practice curriculum kit.

Canadian firm to sell Toshiba industrial robots in Canada

A-Tech Instruments, with operations in Toronto and Montreal, has partnered with TM Robotics and Toshiba Machine to sell and support Toshiba Machine robots in Canada, coast to coast.

Manufacturing activity in Canada, US on the rise

Manufacturing activity in Canada and the US increased in August according to the latest information from the RBC purchasing managers' index (PMI) for Canada and from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) index for the US.

Canadian manufacturing leads strong growth

Canada's manufacturing industry grew at its fastest pace in more than two years, another sign that Canada's economy is off to a strong start in 2017.

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Armoured car maker Inkas announces new Toronto plant

INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing, a Toronto-based manufacturer of armored and special purpose vehicles, has acquired a new production facility in Toronto.

$10 M for aerospace, advanced manufacturing

Red River College (RRC) in Winnipeg, MB, is getting a $10 million investment from the Federal government for aerospace and advanced manufacturing educational programs.

Dealing with Canada’s infrastructure deficit: triage today to remain competitive tomorrow

As an export-dependent country in an increasingly connected and competitive global economy, Canada must continue expanding its export capacity, says Robin Guy, the Senior Director for Transportation, Infrastructure and Regulatory Policy, for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

Digital twin project for aerospace manufacturing extended

The Digital Technology Supercluster’s  Learning Factory Digital Twin (LFDT), a project set up in 2019 to apply digital twinning to the manufacturing of aerospace components, has been extended and its scope expanded.

New distributor focuses on large part machining

Natex Machinery Group Co., Mississauga, ON, is a new Canadian distributor in Canada focused on machinery for large part machining.

Manufacturing hits record-high growth: Survey

The manufacturing sector hit record-high levels in June, according to the latest data from the IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), registering 57.1, up from 56.2 in May and the highest reading in  more than seven and a half years of data collection.

Horn to open new N.A. headquarters

Horn USA, Inc. is moving to a new headquarters during the third quarter of 2020.

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