Rob Adkins OSG Canada presidentClick image to enlarge

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.

TRUMPF names new product managers, promotes bending managers

TRUMPF has announced the appointment of two new product managers for marking lasers and high power lasers, and the promotion of two bending managers.

Job Shops - British Columbia - Aluminum influence

by Mary Scianna

Aluminum production investments spur BC shop expansion

U.S. manufacturing grew in January but remains plagued by bottlenecks

Manufacturing activity in the U.S. grew in January, as indicated by the monthly Manufacturing ISM Report on Business.

New $33.4M terminal planned for Trois-Rivières

The federal government is investing $33.4 million to build a new multipurpose terminal west of the Port of Trois-Rivières' existing infrastructure.

Algoma Steel nabs $4M fed assistance for climate action

Algoma Steel has secured $4 million in federal funding to support the company’s climate change initiatives.

Mazak Canada overhauls parts ordering, scheduling

Mazak Canada has assumed direct management of parts sales for all Canadian customers.

4 Steps to Better Machining of Thin Materials

by Leo Chang

Machining thin materials is not a tough job, as long as you have a good machine and the right techniques

Peter Hoecklin named new CEO for Makino Inc.

Makino Inc., the America’s division of Makino Milling Machine Co., has announced Peter Hoecklin has joined the company as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Fit for Manufacturing

by Noelle Stapinsky

How job shops in Canada can remain comepetitve and grow in today's challenging market

NAFTA talks could be back on track as U.S. drops auto-content rule

NAFTA talks looked set to move forward as the U.S. dropped a contentious American content rule for cars exported to the U.S. from Canada and Mexico, sources close to the talks say.

Daimler dives deeper into AM

A pilot project for automated 3D printing of replacement parts and series-production components has been a huge success for Daimler, the automotive manufacturer says.

Magellan lands $80 M Messier-Bugatti-Dowty aerospace manufacturing deal

Magellan Aerospace will be manufacturing nose and main landing gear components and kitted assemblies for Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, after being awarded the $80-million program.

Planning Beyond Survival: Setting Priorities

Mike Brownhill, commercial accounts director at Export Development Canada (EDC), suggests a few key factors all manufacturers should take into consideration when planning for 2021.

CMTS 2017

SME Canada, the organizer of the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) wants to bring attendees an innovative experience like no other in the industry.

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