GE and EDC to develop innovative Canadian suppliers

Session will target export companies for two of GE’s Peterborough divisions.

July 15, 2014   by PLANT STAFF

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — General Electric (GE) Canada and Export Development Canada (EDC) are partnering to add innovative Canadian companies striving for export markets to two GE’s Peterborough, Ont. operations supply chains.

EDC introduced its Canadian technology, manufacturing and services customers to GE Power Conversion and GE Hitachi Nuclear Canada in a one-day session July 15 in Peterborough as part of a joint program targeting companies from across Canada that have developed excellence in environmental, health and safety services. EDC expects to hold additional sessions.

GE and EDC, the federal agency that provides financial and insurance services to exporters, partnered on a similar session in February at GE Aviation in Bromont, Que. to identify leading suppliers of tooling and automation.

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EDC asks Canadian companies interested in trade development opportunities to call (800) 267-8510.

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