Nike adds recycled water bottles to its Olympic hockey uniforms.
The biocompatible materials are designed to target and attack fungal infections, such as skin conditions and athlete’s foot.
Workers on edge about slowing growth and the future of their jobs.
Medical supplies manufacturer moving its Beijing plastics division to Mumbai, India.
Engineered plastics manufacturer will operate under current name.
More fracking, higher risks to the public; could drive up costs to manufacturers
Conference Board of Canada, BDC report says companies are looking for new markets
Plane-maker will not drop the lithium-ion batteries at the centre of the 787’s problems.
Plastic collected from Blue Bin initiatives is processed into food-grade bottles for Ice River Springs water.
Machine chews through 240 kilograms a day to produce enough oil to heat 70 homes in northern Canada.
Expansive FieraMilano showcases FluidTrans, Plast 2012 and Xylexpo trade shows.
Manufacturing in China for North American markets is not as cost-effective as it once was, and it appears some of the lost US production may be coming back.
Canadian manufacturers and exporters are holding back on hiring new workers and making new investments as they cope with fewer orders from the US.
BioAmber is building its first North American biosuccinic acid plant in Sarnia, Ont. as the location for its first North American biosuccinic acid plant.
Canadian manufacturers in key industry sectors are waiting for their customers to fully recover from the recession before consistent growth will occur, says a Conference Board of Canada report.