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Event Manufacturing General
September 10, 2020  

ProMat Manufacturing and Supply Chain Show 2021

ProMat is presented by MHI, the international trade association

News Manufacturing General
May 7, 2020  

SNC-Lavalin helping Medicom with N95 mask manufacturing

Will provide engineering services at new 60,000-square-foot facility in Montreal.

Feature Manufacturing Transportation General Operations
July 11, 2019  

Extreme weather: Avoid its effect on transportation

Ten tips for managing its impact on your supply chain.

News Transportation General
February 13, 2019  

FedEx Logistics establishing new HQ in downtown Memphis

Memphis-based FedEx Corp. is the city’s largest private employer.

News Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations General
January 10, 2017  

Canadian ports anticipate higher cargo volume shipments this year

Port of Montreal says a new cargo terminal should again bolster volumes, which grew 10% in 2016.

News Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations General Operations Production
October 31, 2016  

TransForce says US acquisition gives Canadian firms better access to Mexico

$558 million deal to buy Con-Way Truckload will boost its US-Mexico business grow to about US$200.

News Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations General Operations Production
June 27, 2016  

Panama Canal opens $5B locks, bullish despite shipping woes

Project comes online nearly two years late following construction delays.

Feature Manufacturing Transportation General Sustainability
December 21, 2015  

Prevailing winds

Return of the airship.

News Transportation General Operations
March 18, 2015  

CN to build $250M intermodal, logistics hub in Milton, Ont.

Facility expected to create more than 1,000 direct and indirect jobs in the region.

News Manufacturing General
March 17, 2015  

UAE jails American: “Defamed” employer on Facebook

Global Aerospace Logistics seeking to dismiss charges.

Event Manufacturing Transportation General
November 21, 2014  

Cargo Logistics Canada Expo+Conference

Presented by Informa. Speakers will discuss issues relevant to

News Automotive Business Operations Operations
March 5, 2014  

Frigid winter impact profits: plan for delivery delays

Next year arrange for inventory at strategic positions in supply chains.

News Automotive Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Sustainability Technology
December 17, 2013  

Inside GM’s huge investments in five US facilities

$1.3 billion investment brings automaker’s total spending on US manufacturing plants to $2.8 billion in 2013.

News Aerospace Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Technology
December 11, 2013  

Avro Arrow hits the road | PLANT

Metcom delivers the replica to CMTS.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Technology
October 16, 2013  

From PLANT West: D-Wave’s Quantum leap

D-Wave puts the super into complex computing.

News Manufacturing Metals Oil & Gas Business Operations Sustainability
May 9, 2013  

Industry profits edge up in April: Conference Board

Oil extraction prices rally thanks to a cold winter and lower US inventories

News Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Technology
October 9, 2012  

Bots boost productivity

No human hands needed.

News Energy Sustainability
April 26, 2012  

$1T business bonanza in India

Canadian manufacturers take note: India plans to invest more than US$1 trillion over the next five years to meet infrastructure demands and more than half of that money will be coming from the private sector.

News Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations Technology
March 15, 2012  

Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd. acquires rail car component maker

Stanrail Corp. manufactures levers, boxcar floors, roofs and doors.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
June 1, 2011  

China manufacturing boom slows

China’s manufacturers suffered sluggish growth in orders in May as widespread power shortages and inflation-fighting curbs on credit-dampened demand, according to surveys.

News Business Operations
December 16, 2010  

SME’s willing to pay more and buy Canadian

Almost two-thirds of Canadian businesses would rather pay more to buy materials from Canadian suppliers than source less expensive goods from overseas manufacturers, according to UPS Canada survey.