Canada’s beleaguered shipbuilding industry is going to receive a $35-billion facelift over the next 30 years. This is welcome news for an industry that has for years faced uncertainty.
A recent week began with a speech at a major Western Canadian university, followed by business meetings in Montreal where I walked past an “Occupy” protestor encampment.
Perforated glazing on solar panels ups the collection efficiency of energy, even on white walls.
Develop partnerships with colleges and universities to train candidates and hire the best ones to fill skill gaps.
Savvy senior executives understand that creating a clearly defined competitive strategy makes their marketing tactics much more effective.
Protect yourself with insurance that shields revenue streams ordinarily used to pay fixed costs.
DFAIT reports that Canada’s overall economic activity rebounded in 2010 by 3.1%
Tensioning motor belts by ampere draw can be misleading.
A PFEP will pull together into one place all the parts information that resides across the organization to enhance the creation of value throughout the plant.
The SME-Toronto initiative aims to rebalance Canada’s position in the global supply chain and bring some manufacturing home.
PLANT’s annual Business Outlook survey shows senior executives plan to spend an average of $1.4 million on machinery, equipment, technology, training and R&D next year.
The Toronto chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) says the time has come to rebalance what should be done offshore and what should be made here.
Now teetering on the edge of a recession, Canada’s economy has been dealt yet another unforeseen blow from none other than President Barack Obama.
Global warming and the need for greater energy security is fuelling the search for even more the fuel-efficient vehicles. The most readily available option is the diesel engine.
Canada’s position among global innovators is an ironic one. A recent World Economic Forum report on global competitiveness ranked us 12th out of 142 countries.