Canada is succeeding in attracting new manufacturing investment. Photo: Kateryna BabaievaClick image to enlarge

Canada’s efforts to attract new manufacturers to the country are paying off, says a recent story in the Toronto Star.

One foreign manufacturer mentioned in the article is a UK robotics company that is developing an automated platform for additive manufacturing. The company has been sizing up the Toronto and Montréal areas, where additive manufacturing and artificial intelligence research have deep roots.

Read the story.

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