News Business Operations Machinery and Equipment Maintenance
January 3, 2021  

Wajax to buy Tundra for $99 million

Calgary-based Industrial equipment and services provider

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April 1, 2019  

Trump’s threat to close Mexico border stirs fears of economic harm

Move would block incoming shipments of fruits and vegetables, TVs, medical devices and other products.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
June 25, 2018  

Donald Trump’s misguided aversion to trade deficits

They’ve helped fuel the United States economy for decades.

News Manufacturing General
March 21, 2018  

North American businesses are bullish on NAFTA prospects: HSBC

But global survey of firms finds executives are concerned about protectionist policies.

News Manufacturing General
April 20, 2017  

Upgrade your technologies to compete in China: HSBC

Plenty of opportunities for Canadian companies but technology is the differentiator.

News Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations
January 6, 2015  

Eclipse Automation expands Cambridge operations

Facility will house machining, service and software departments to increase operational capacity.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability
January 31, 2013  

CVTech buys Toronto electrical services provider

$2.7M B.G. High Voltage Systems acquisition extends CVTech’s Ontario reach.

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September 20, 2012  

EU-China summit emphasizing greatly increased trade ties

EU’s Barroso says trade between the two has increased exponentially thanks to China’s Wen.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
March 26, 2012  

Manufacturing services offer revenue stream

Small and medium manufacturers that add services to their product offerings can enjoy higher profit margins and other benefits, says a Conference Board of Canada report.

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January 19, 2012  

Canada is not so global after all

Canada’s global trade presence may not be all it’s cracked up to be, according to a Conference Board of Canada study.