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Bystronic Canada has appointed David Golls as direct sales engineer for Alberta and British Columbia.

A resident of Edmonton, Golls brings over 10 years of extensive manufacturing, engineering, technical and sales management experience to Bystronic.

World's largest anti-vibration boring bar

Europe’s biggest manufacturer of horizontal lathes collaborated with its partner – and broke a world record in the process, with help from Sandvik Coromant

$40 B US industrial robotics market by 2020

The global industrial robotics market is expected to exceed USD 40 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc.

Tube measurement software with unique license

Hexagon's much-anticipated update to tube design, analysis and production platform TubeShaper delivers important new functionalities to customers in tube and pipe manufacturing. 

Auto parts group, mould makers collaboration

The Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association (APMA) and the Canadian Association of Mold Makers (CAMM) have joined in a collaborative relationship in which they will share common industry initiatives.

Driving change

by Tim Wilson

Market shifts hold the future for auto manufacturing

June PMI shows signs of turnaround

There was a glimmer of hope for the Canadian manufacturing sector in June, as June economic data pointed to signs of a turnaround in momentum, according to the latest Purchasing Managers Index from IHS Markit. 

Medical device market lucrative for additive manufacturing

Canadian job shops considering investing in additive technology and targeting the medical device sector can look forward to competing in a market that is forecasted to grow by 16.2 per cent per year to 2027, according to a recent report.

EDC predicts good 2019 for Canadian exports

Export Development Canada (EDC) has released its fall Global Export Forecast, and expectations for 2019 show solid export growth.

Light band saw with reamer attachment

Milwaukee Tool’s M12 FUEL compact band saw is the lightest compact band saw on the market.

Squeeze play

by Tim Wilson

Aerospace OEMs tightening manufacturing supply chain

Changes are afoot in the aerospace sector, and many metalworking shops in Canada are in a good position to benefit.

Quebec firm acquires machine shop business JLM Usinage

Mundial Group, St. Lambert-de-Lauzon, QC, has aquired JLM Usinage Inc., of St. Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC, a machine shop specializing in pharmaceutical, medical, scientific, optical, electronics, food and industrial sectors.

A cut above

The problem
Desire to do big jobs on site to save time, enhance flexibility, and better serve its clients in the oil sands.

Leandro Pereira new service manager for Bystronic Canada

Leandro Pereira has joined Bystronic Canada as the new service manager.

Canadian government invests $7 M in electric vehicles

The Canadian government was to expand the number of zero emission vehicles in Canada and it's investing up to $7 million to develop advanced electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

Weakest manufacturing growth in almost two years

Canadian manufacturing growth moderated in December, according to the latest seasonally adjusted IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index.

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