CenterLine (Windsor) wins Best Managed Companies awardClick image to enlarge

CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., based in Windsor, ON, has requalified as a winner of Canada's Best Managed Companies in 2015. The company won the award in 2013.

The national award is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums.

“Best Managed companies embrace innovation, seize opportunities and inspire talent. They really set the bar high,” says Peter Brown, partner, Deloitte and co-leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program.

Hypertherm becomes employee owned

Hypertherm is now a 100 per cent employee owned company. The company made the transition and the annoucement in mid-January.

Leadership changes at Big Kaiser

Big Kaiser Precision Tooling has promoted Jack Burley to president/chief operating officer, taking effect Jan. 1, 2021.

The Show Will go on

by Michael Ouellette

After a gruelling 18 months of distancing, isolation and frustrating digital meetings, FABTECH 2021 in Chicago is more than just an event, it’s a sign for the manufacturing industry that we are returning to business as usual.

Mazak adds new Western Canadian distributor

Mazak Corp. has added a new Western Canadian distributor and gone direct in BC as part of a new strategic business move.

Supply chain problems continue to plague metalformers

Ongoing supply chain challenges are taking a bite out of metalformers’ business projections for the next three months.

Nucor a GM Supplier of the Year

Steel maker Nucor Corp. was named a General Motors Supplier of the Year for the second consecutive year.

Job Shops - Manitoba & Saskatchewan - Prairie growth

by Tim Wilson

Growing demand in Western Canada

Oshawa assembly plant adds second shift

GM’s Oshawa plant has added a second shift just two months after the first Chevrolet Silverado rolled off the line at the reopened assembly facility.

IMTS 2016: Collaboration meets digital innovation

In a world where technological changes are occurring at a dizzying rate, no company can be an expert in every area. Partnering with companies with expertise in different technology areas is the best way for suppliers to provide manufacturers with comprehensive solutions for customers. This collaborative approach was clearly evident at IMTS 2016.

CanWeld 2021 returns as virtual event

After a break through 2020, CWB Group’s annual CanWeld Conference is returning in 2021 with another highly interactive virtual event.

Renishaw's additive technology and America's Cup

A British group is hoping that additive technology from Renishaw will help it to win the America's Cup, the oldest international trophy in sport, started in the UK but never won by a British team.

CMTS Focus: Manufacturing in Canada

With the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) fast approaching, Shop Metalworking Technology looks back at some of the top stories about Canadian manufacturers profiled in the pages of the magazine in a periodic feature to showcase the face of manufacturing in the country.

A "next generation" welder facility

Hobart Institue of Technology (HIWT) in Troy, OH, has opened the "Next Generatin Welder Learning Facility. The (16,000 sq ft) facility began to host classes in late October and is an important addition to the (13-acre) campus that has trained more than 100,000 welders.

Fronius' TeachMode in action

Is there anything more annoying than repeatedly halting your welding process to snip off some bent wire? The correct answer is: unlikely.

TC Energy kills Keystone XL project

TC Energy Corp. has confirmed that it has terminated the Keystone XL Pipeline after a comprehensive review of its options, and in consultation with its partner, the Government of Alberta.

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