Rob Adkins named OSG Canada president
- January 22, 2018
Rob Adkins has been named president of OSG Canada.
Previously the vice president of the company, he joined the company in 1998 as an application specialist and has held a number of roles at the company in applications, product management and sales.
Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire US-based CNC Software Inc., a provider of CAD/CAM software solutions for manufacturing industries.
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Bystronic Canada Ltd. has named Landmark Solutions as the exclusive distributor of Bystronic products in Alberta and British Columbia.
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Following three quarters of post-pandemic expansion, the Canadian economy shrank by 11 per cent between April and June, according to Statistics Canada.
Magellan Aerospace has signed a long term agreement with Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, a UTC Aerospace Systems Company, to manufacture complex magnesium and aluminium castings for various military and commercial aerospace platforms.
Vancouver BC-based robotics company Novarc Technologies Inc. has been listed as one of Canada’s top growing companies by the Globe & Mail for the second year in a row.
In an opinion piece featured in the Globe and Mail, Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz warns that US President Donald Trump’s newly levied tariffs on Canadian goods coming into the country could have a catastrophic economic impact.
Ontario needs to build relationships apart from the US, according to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, so the province's recent trade mission to China, in which Ontario has secured more than $1 billion in agreements between the two countries, is an important step towards this goal.
Auto sales growth in 2018 has been led by strong gains in developing economies, but US protectionism may stall further gains, writes Scotiabank economist Juan Manuel Herrera in the July 2018 Global Auto Report.
Quebec-based industrial automation company AV&R has won the Innovatve System Award presented at the FANUC Annual Integrators Conference in April. The company won the award for its jet engine blades weld blending and profiling system.
Employment increases and sustained wage growth marked the first half of 2019 as the Canadian economy posted the best first half since 2010.
Dr.-Ing. E.H. Bernhard Kapp, founder of the Kapp Group has died. He was 93.
He founded Kapp & Co. in 1953 in Coburg, Germany and today, the company is among the leading manufacturers of machine tools for hard and soft finishing of gears and profiles with facilities in Germany, US, Brazil, Japan and China. He was board of several organizations, including the German Trade Fair and Exhibition AG, Gildemeister, Fiat, Krupp Hoesch, Iveco, Internazionale Holding Fiat, Werner & Pfleiderer, TRUMPF, the Ifo Institute, the Fraunhofer Society and the University of Coburg.
The company continues to operated under Kapp's son, Martin Kapp.
FABTECH Canada – Canada’s exclusive metal fabricating, forming, and welding event – and the CWB Group have partnered to co-locate the CWB Group’s CanWeld Conference at FABTECH 2020.