About $2.1 billion in outstanding contract bids should sustain business.
Workers upset over replacement employees while two sides were in negotiations.
The new program would see more control handed to the private sector.
AP-Nord Centre survey says employees aren’t taking advantage of on-the-job training because they don’t know programs exist.
They’re partnering with schools and running in-house training programs.
PLANT’s 2013 Business Outlook Survey shows senior executives are investing and banking on higher profits.
Technology going to Australian and New Zealand militaries.
Growth will come from an improved education system and better training opportunities.
Will provide maintenance and pilot instruction for business jets in Europe.
CAE Inc. has ended its 2012 financial year with military orders worth $950 million, including $400 million that came in during the fourth quarter, and a $170 million deal through its join venture company in Bruni.
The $5-million Yves Landry Foundation investment is aimed at manufacturers improving productivity.
CAE and Mitsubishi are forming a 50/50 joint venture to establish and operate a training centre in Japan for the new Mitsubishi Regional Jet.
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a five-year, $22.3 million contract to provide support services for its live-fire, battlefield training systems that prepare soldiers for future combat missions.
CAE’s US subsidiary has won a US$44 million contract to design and manufacture additional MH-60R helicopter simulators for the US Navy.
CAE Inc. has been awarded several contracts worth $140 million to provide its flight simulator and training technology to the military defence forces of 12 countries.