Peter Burrell joins Amada Canada
- March 21, 2014
He has more than 24 years of experience in the sheet metal fabrication business. He will be based out of the Mississauaga, ON, office.
Economic uncertainty often holds businesses back from investing in their operations. Not so in Europe. While business admittedly has slowed down in the continent, metal fabrication shops continue to invest in new technologies. This was clearly evident during a recent trip to Europe and visits to five metal fabrication shops in The Netherlands, part of a North American press tour hosted by LVD Group.
An Alberta aluminum deck manufacturer is investing $15 million to build a new production plant in Saguenay-Lac-Saint Jean, Quebec.
Steel production manufacturer ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada plans to invest close to $70 million by 2020 in its Contrecoeur, QC, facilities.
Canadian manufacturers are in a good position to benefit from changes in the global aerospace sector
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) welcomes initiatives announced with the federal budget to stimulate innovation and investment. However, it says the federal government fell short on addressing the pressing labour shortage for manufacturing.
The uncertainty caused by COVID-19 has claimed yet another event. The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT) has cancelled the manufacturing sector’s flagship event, The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).
Michael Mai has joined SST-Canada as the EDM technical sales representative to help SST-Canada's parent company, Makino, increase EDM market share in Canada.
Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc. has signed an agreement with Methods Machine Tools Inc. to sell Fanuc Robocut and Robodrill machines in Canada.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters in its March economic update says the coronavirus has “pushed the world into recession” with global growth forecast to reach 0.4 per cent this year, according to CME’s chief economist Alan Arcand.
Fiber lasers have made significant technological strides in recent years
Foreign mining and energy companies registered the highest spending in Canada in almost two years, driving a significant increase in foreign direct investment in the country.
TRUMPF has announced the appointment of two new product managers for marking lasers and high power lasers, and the promotion of two bending managers.
During the current COVID-19 lockdown, many manufacturers and their suppliers have teamed up to find ways to keep operating during the unprecedented economic crisis.
Smarter grinding and advanced manufacturing technologies are the only way to secure future growth. That's the message Fritz Studer's management delivered during its 2016 Motion Meeting in Thun, Switzerland.
Steve Devonport, a long time advertising salesman and publisher of what was then Canadian Machinery and Metalworking and subsequently became Canadian Metalworking, has died.