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CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., has achieved the Gold Standad winner status of the Best Managed Companies program. It retained its status after becoming the winner in 2013.

This prestigious national award is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums.

“It’s much more than just financial performance,” says Peter Brown, Partner, Deloitte and Co-Leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program. “The ingredients to success also include overall business performance and sustained growth. It takes dedication and commitment from the entire organization.”

Toyoda tackling EV battery challenges

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Canadian group acquires US auto parts maker

Two Quebec-based manufacturers and an investment firm have formed a group to acquire a US Tier 2 automotive parts manufacturer.

Lincoln launches new education web site

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Newly merged Dormer Pramet launches website

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Welding group offers support to Fort McMurray welding community

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Story and images by Noelle Stapinsky

Evolving with a constant investment in technology keeps a family-owned fab shop meeting demand and expanding its business

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$40 B US industrial robotics market by 2020

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Selecting the right gun is key to achieving the best results

Ontario invests $55 M for skills training

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Manufacturing leads economic growth: StatsCan

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Mining and energy spending boosts foreign investment in Canada

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International students: Future pool of skilled workers for Canadian manufacturing?

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German trade show firm expands to Canada at CMTS

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GE Canada investing $238 M in automation at Quebec plant

GE Canada has announced it plans to invest $238 million in its Quebec subsidiary, GE Aviation, to modernize its plant in Bromont, QC.

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