Suppliers adjust F-35 component prices
Fighter jets remain hot topic on the campaign trail despite increased efforts to make planes more affordable
Canadian M&A’s on the rise in 2011: PwC
Deals worth more than $50 billion completed in last three months
SMEs looking to capitalize on strength of loonie: BMO report
Manufacturers could face difficulties as dollar remains firm
Canadian SMEs should outsource to offset risk
KPMG reports suggests Canadian SMEs will broaden supplier relationships, but reluctant to explore supply chain outsourcing
GM sells major stake back to Delphi Automotive
Sale will help GM focus on core manufacturing operations, analyst says
Cummins and Bosch develop new piston pumps for coach buses
Axial piston reduce costs by consuming less fuel
Manufacturing powers US economy
Output from US plants is driving the country’s sluggish economic rebound, which is good news for Canadian manufacturers.
Corporate tax cuts: key budget debate rages on
The feds will take a hit now, only to yield higher tax returns down the road
Manufacturers gathered steam in January, report says
Transportation equipment sector led growth; 17 of 21 industries show gains
Feds fund two Quebec manufacturers
Both companies will purchase new equipment to improve productivity; create 19 jobs by 2012.
Ontario cabinet makers bathe in soapstone’s success
A trip to Brazil opened a new market for cabinet-makers Noreen and Gaetan Frank.
Keeping it out of the family
More Canadian business owners opting to sell over passing along, PwC survey says.
More North American manufacturers part of green supply chain
Manufacturers are considering environmental impacts along with financial implications on purchases, according to an IFS survey.
Online tool helps standardize battery use
Lean Battery Room will increase productivity and reduce costs says Philadelphia Scientific
CFIB and Scotiabank to award leading Canadian SMEs
Challenge highlights Canada’s best in employment, community involvement and leadership.
Conestoga gets federal applied research funding
College will team with Cambridge luggage maker to streamline manufacturing process
College-based research would boost innovation
Leveling the field between colleges and universities will be key to grow innovation.
Eco-friendly cement becomes standard in Ontario, Quebec
Ontario and Quebec recognize Holcim Inc’s. PLC cement in building regulations
BC paper mills to improve bio-energy generation capacities
Feds fund $18 million mill upgrades for Catalyst Paper
Canada set to lead North American vehicle output
China will overtake as global vehicle output leader
Soaring loonie impeding Canadian car-maker competitiveness
Canadian auto-manufacturers looking to extend federal incentives to balance $2 billion trade deficit with Korean car-makers
Canadian-made steam traps headed to the U.K
Thermal Energy International sells $1.3 million worth of steam traps to U.K food manufacturer.
Toxin-detecting paper gets funding from the feds
New bio-active paper could detect toxins potentially found in food, water and the air.
National presence key to Canadian aerospace dominance
Two contracts announced today reflect the strength of Canada’s aerospace industry despite its need to expand nationally
Canada's forests can sustain domestic biomass industry
FPAC study says Canada primed for bigger piece of forestry bio-product pie
Truck manufacturing sector primed to create green jobs
Canada’s truck manufacturing sector has opportunity to be global leader in greener supply chain
Aerospace manufacturing facility coming to Charlottetown
3-Points Aviation will move its corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility to P.E.I.; could create 30 jobs by June
Lakeside Steel to remove PCB materials
Steel tubing manufacturer will remove about $6 million in PCB materials from Welland facility
Workers rally in Hamilton over U.S. Steel pension debacle
Labour and U.S. Steel are sticking to their guns in a pension “fiasco” being blamed on waffling by the federal Conservative government.
Avionics operation opens in Calgary
Harris Canada to complete work on CF-18 project at Calgary facility
Canadian corrosion sensors to be sold in Saudi Arabia
Toronto fiber optics company signs deal worth $1.5 million with Saudi holding group
Arclin’s concrete overlays to be made with Kraft paper
Arclin will manufacture HDO products with more environmentally friendly, cheaper paper