Toyota boosts SUV production at Indiana plant, adds 200 jobs
Automaker invests $30 million to build a hybrid version of its Highlander SUV.
Domtar sells Ariva business in the US to Lindenmeyr Munroe
Central National-Gottesman Inc. will subsequently sell US Midwest portion of Ariva to The Millcraft Paper Company.
Canadian manufacturers expect low growth in global economy
KPMG report suggest Canadian manufacturers are focused on controlling costs and maintaining competitiveness.
Canada gets expanded quota for autos in EU talks
Critics suggest Canada is still giving up too much in its potential EU free-trade deal.
‘Just in time’ labour becoming a permanent fixture in US
The number of temps has jumped more than 50% since the recession ended to nearly 2.7 million.
Ford’s F3T tech speeds up prototyping, low-volume production [VIDEO]
Manufacturing technology is similar to 3D printing and is expected to cut costs, delivery times for parts needed in smaller quantities.
US manufacturing up in June
Production and new orders jump, but hiring declines.
China’s manufacturing weakens amid credit crunch, low orders
Monthly purchasing managers’ index declined to 48.2 from May’s 49.2 on a 50-point scale.
Domtar completes acquisition of Associated Hygienic Products
AHP is the largest supplier of store brand infant diapers in the US
Where defects are eliminated as variables to production.
CIEN: What’s new in abrasives
Industrial abrasive technologies from Rexcut and Meller Optics.
What’s new in air compressors
Industrial air compressor technologies from DV Systems, Exair and Comairco.
Keeping it clean at Toronto’s new forensics lab.
Quebec’s AV&R, IMAC Automation announce merger
New company will offer automation, robotics and vision services.
Ontario scraps repeal of ‘Industrial Exception’
Regulation would have directly impacted the way manufacturers customize their machinery.