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Westway Machinery, Mississauga, ON, has formed a partnership with Mazak Optonics, Elgin, IL, to sell Mazak's laser cutting systems in Eastern Canada.

     "We are excited about our new partnership with Mazak Optonics, says Frank Walter, president of Westway. "The Mazak brand represents a well-known, high quality and innovative laser product that complements our sheet metal expertise."

Westway Machinery

Fabricating: Punching Up

by Andrew Brooks

Bayview Metals relies on Wilson Tool for more than quality and price

Advancing science with waterjet cutting

Students of the engineering physics program at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC, are highly focused on advancing science through new, high-tech inventions, and are using an OMAX waterjet technology to fabricate the precision parts that bring student creations to life.

Automated laser boosts productivity

Vac-Con, Green Cove Springs, FL, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sewer cleaning and excavating equipment, producing such products as combination sewer cleaners, jetters, and industrial vacuums.

New head for Koike Aronson

James McAuliffe Jr. has been named president and chief operations officer of Koike Aronson. He replaces Jerry Leary, who will remain as CEO until March 2017 and then plans to retire from the company.

Alberta announces $58M for Natural Gas Challenge winners

The Government of Alberta through Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has earmarked millions of dollars to fund a number of innovative projects that improve productivity and reduce emissions in the natural gas sector.

Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc.

Based in Oakville, Ontario, Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc. has been supplying and supporting quality machine tools to the Canadian metal cutting industry since 1950. Elliott carries a full range of metalworking machinery,

EDC predicts good 2019 for Canadian exports

Export Development Canada (EDC) has released its fall Global Export Forecast, and expectations for 2019 show solid export growth.

The perfect cut

by Mary Scianna

The Problem: Trying to meet multiple cut orders

The Solution: New NC saw with ability to store up 100 jobs

SW North American opens new NA manufacturing faclity

SW North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH, headquartered in Schramberg-Waldmössingen, Germany, celebrated the opening of its new 40,000 square foot, $12 million manufacturing facility in New Hudson, MI, in November.

Advanced solutions for smarter and more efficient welding

Almost every industry is focused on smarter and more innovative technology solutions. The common goal has always been striving for quality, repeatability and increased efficiency, all elements that today’s welding solution providers are hyper focused on.

Mazak Canada automation event draws hundreds

More than 300 manufacturers and close to 200 high school students attended a Mazak Canada automation event in November at the company’s Cambridge, ON, facility.

CME, NGen amp up online training to fuel recovery

Canadian manufacturers now have access to a number of training options to help master the skills necessary to manage their companies through the recovery phase of the pandemic.

John Dewar new sales manager at Mitutoyo

John Dewar has been named sales manager, effective April 2013 for Mitutoyo Canada Inc., Mississauga, ON.

Latest Canadian GDP figures reflect economic rebound

Real gross domestic product (GDP) rose 0.6% in November, marking the sixth straight monthly expansion and bringing the level of real GDP 0.2% above its February 2020 level, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released by Statistics Canada today.

New president and CEO named at TRUMPF Inc.

TRUMPF has announced that Lutz Labisch will become president and CEO of TRUMPF Inc. effective March 1, 2022. Part of Labisch’s responsibilities will include overseeing TRUMPF operations in Canada.

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