Click image to enlargeEduardo Martin is the new president of Market Area Americas (MAA) for Sandvik Coromant, Fair Lawn, NJ. The MAA region includes Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and the US. He previously lead Sandvik Coromant in Italy and succeeds John Israelsson, who is now the president of Sandvik Hyperion. Martin began his career with Sandvik more than 25 years ago and started as a machinist.

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Inter Pipeline nabs $408M provincial grant

Inter Pipeline Ltd. will receive $408 million from the Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program (APIP) to support the company’s Heartland Petrochemical Complex (HPC).

Asking the Impossible

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An insistent customer helped Fidelity get used to going above and beyond

Manufacturing Day improves industry profile: survey

Manufacturing Day 2015 events across North American have helped to improve the perception of industry among the public, according to a Deloitte survey.

DMG MORI Canada showcases machining, robotic advances

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Translas enters Québec market

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Thread former with more edges

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Leadership changes at Elliott Matsuura

Elliott Matsuura Canada has undergone management changes, effective January 1, 2019.

$100 million for manufacturing: Harper election promise

Prime Minister Stephen Harper says if the Conservatives are re-elected, the government will create a $100 million Manufacturing Technology Demonstration Fund to support projects in advanced manufacturing. Harper's election promise is the latest in a slew of promises from federal party leaders about how they plan to support manufacturing in Canada if their respective governments are elected.

SigmaNEST kicks off 2014 outdoor adventure contest

SigmaTEK Systems LLC has kicked-off its 2014 Outdoor Adventure give-away for North American manufacturers and fabricators.

Metal Supermarkets launches start of 7th “Metal My Way”

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Feds grant $650K to Quebec 3D printer

Additive manufacturing firm Solaxis Ingéniosité Manufacturière Inc. has been granted $650,000 in federal money to invest in new, state-of-the-art computer equipment and machines.

Speedy Cuts

by Kip Hanson

Industry experts offer advice on high speed machining

Auto drives increase in Canadian manufacturing sales

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Roberto Nicoli new managing director for Bystronic Canada

Roberto Nicoli has been named managing director of Bystronic Canada. Nicoli has been with the company since September 2014 as director of global key account management.

Nova Bus unveils fully electric long range bus

Nova Bus has launched the LFSe+, its newest fully electric bus.

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