Peter Burrell new COO for Amada CanadaClick image to enlargePeter Burrell has been appointed chief operations officer (COO) for Amada Canada Ltd., Mississauga, ON.

He joined the company in 2014 as sales manager and has more than 25 years of experience in the sheet metal fabrication industry.

Rego-Fix partners with Belder Tool in Ontario

Rego-Fix Tool Corp., Indianapolis, IN, has partnered with Belder Tool Solutions, a firm of manufacturers' representatives in Hamilton, ON.

American Punch expands manufacturing site

American Punch Co. is expanding its manufacturing facility in Euclid , OH, to better service its North American customers.

CGTech, 3D-Hybrid Solutions join forces on additive

CGTech amd 3D-Hybrid Solutions have joined forces to bring new additive manufacturing solutions to customers.

Ottawa funds NS bridge and structural steel firm

Cherubini Metal Works of Dartmouth, NS, is receiving $550,000 from the federal government to expand and buy new equipment for the fabrication of bridges and structural steel.

Bike shop gears up with 3D manufacturing technology

Kappius Components uses laser sintering for trailblazing bike hub/drive assembly

About four years ago, Russell Kappius—mountain-bike enthusiast, winner of six Masters racing titles, and a research geophysicist/software developer—became obsessed with bicycle hubs.

Mark Cadogan joins Renishaw Canada as machine tool product business manager

Effective January 2019, Mark Cadogan is joining Renishaw (Canada) Limited as machine tool product business manager. Mark has long experience in manufacturing, specifically in CAD/CAM. Although based in Windsor, Mark will be responsible for managing the Renishaw machine tool probing business throughout the whole country.

Burloak Technologies 3D printing face shields for COVID fight

Additive Manufacturing company Burloak Technologies, a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Ltd., has begun producing 3D printed face shields to be used by frontline medical and healthcare workers in the fight against COVID-19.

New machining centre series

Quickmill has launched a new series of gantry style machining centres called the Annihilator Series. 

Hypertherm opens new waterjet facility

Hypertherm has opened a new 28,000 sq ft manufacturing facility and office in New Brighton, MN, to better service North American customers.

Family-owned businesses play huge role in economy, study says

A new study by the Conference Board of Canada and the Family Enterprise Xchange Foundation says that Canada’s family-owned businesses are the backbone of the national economy.

Burning beams in no time

This Washington fabricator turned to a Canadian robotic beam line system for exponential efficiency gains.

Haimer, Fullerton sign licensing deal

Fullerton Tool Co., a solid carbide tool manufacturer, and Haimer USA have recently signed a licensing agreement for Haimer’s patented Safe-Lock anti-pullout system.

Teradyne invests US$36M in Danish robot hub

Industrial automation giant Teradyne has invested US$36 million to build a new home for its Danish robot builders Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) and Universal Robots (UR).

Magna CEO Don Walker on COVID-19 response

Magna International CEO Don Walker spoke to BNN about the company's strategy for dealing with COVID-19 and how he plans to get his company back to work safely, and how Magna will fit into the post-coronavirus supply chain.

Stay In Touch

twitter facebook linkedIn