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News Transportation Operations
July 22, 2021  

Seaway sees cargo surge

THUNDER BAY – The St. Lawrence Seaway and Canadian

News Manufacturing Operations
July 20, 2021  

Manufacturing beating pre pandemic output, leading Canada out of recession: report

(CP) TORONTO – Manufacturing is leading the Canadian economy

News Automotive Manufacturing Operations Technology Watch & Listen
June 30, 2021  

PODCAST: Navigating the intersection of automotive and technology industries

LISTEN NOW: EPISODE GUEST: Greta Cutulenco SUMMARY: Guest Greta Cutulenco,

News Electronics Food & Beverage Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations
June 23, 2021  

Goodfood collaborates with Microsoft at Ottawa automated fulfillment centre

Goodfood Market Corp., in collaboration with Microsoft, has leased

News Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General Machinery and Equipment Maintenance Operations
June 15, 2021  

Omron announces Armo-Tool as Certified Systems Integrator partner

Omron Automation Americas announced Armo-Tool Ltd., an automation solution

Feature Automotive Energy Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations General Operations Production Technology
June 10, 2021  

Ford Looks for Lightning Strike with Electric F-150

Electric vehicles are nothing new, they have been around much longer than many people realize. Innovators who have tried to make electricity work in a vehicle, have usually come up against a number of prohibiting factors, with cost usually being on top, but another major factor being consumer adoption.

Feature Facilities Maintenance General Machinery and Equipment Maintenance Operations
June 7, 2021  

Is your Supplier an Asset? Or an Expense?

As an asset, your supplier is blurred into your daily operation with a common focus on success. The supplier fully understands that their success is based on how successful you become within the market. As an expense, the customer is constantly beating on the supplier for a better and lower price.

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June 7, 2021  

Why Lack of Communication is the #1 Killer of Employee Performance

For many CEOs and executives nowadays, communication is by far their greatest challenge. That is not to say they are not good communicators. Quite the contrary, in fact.

News Automotive Manufacturing Health & Safety Operations
May 28, 2021  

Stellantis plant wins safety award

Stellantis’ Etobicoke Casting Plant (ECP) received an Outstanding award

Feature Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations gender challenges General In-Depth leadership position Operations
May 19, 2021  

In Conversation with Stellantis Plant Manager Tania Pratnicki Young

Plant had the opportunity to speak with Tania Pratnicki Young to ask her about her role as Plant Manager, Dundee Engine Plant, Stellantis, and what led her to a career in automotive manufacturing.

News Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations
May 13, 2021  

Canada’s Paper Excellence announces deal to buy Domtar Corp. in US$3B deal

(CP) Paper Excellence is expanding into the U.S. with

News Automotive Business Operations General Operations
May 13, 2021  

US files first trade complaint with Mexico under USMCA

MEXICO CITY (AP) – The United States filed its

News Automotive Electronics Manufacturing General Operations
May 13, 2021  

As chip shortage goes on, cars are scarce and prices are up

DETROIT (AP) – For the next few months, Charlie

News Automotive Electronics Manufacturing General Operations
May 13, 2021  

Global chip shortage, pandemic demand drive up home appliance prices

(CP) A global shortage of computer chips, along with

News Food & Beverage General Health & Safety Operations
May 10, 2021  

COVID 19 outbreak declared at poultry processing plant in Surrey, B.C.

(CP) SURREY, B.C. – Fraser Health officials have declared

News Aerospace Manufacturing General Operations
May 10, 2021  

Bombardier not ready to increase jet production despite clearing COVID turbulence

MONTREAL – Bombardier Inc. isn’t ready to increase business

Feature Manufacturing General Operations Production
May 6, 2021  

Stirred, but not shaken

Manufacturer thrives making fans and laboratory stirrers despite pandemic chaos.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production
May 5, 2021  

Oshawa Assembly to start production earlier than expected

General Motors will move ahead its start of production

Feature Electronics General Operations Technology
April 29, 2021  

Take your manufacturing team engagement to a new level

The challenges of engagement and communication increased in the early days of the pandemic, as information was coming at people from all directions.

News Automotive Electronics Manufacturing Operations Production
April 29, 2021  

Ford posts profit, says chip shortage may cut production 50%

(AP) DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. posted a surprising

News Automotive Energy Manufacturing Operations
April 29, 2021  

Daimler Truck, Volvo to make fuel cells in Europe from 2025

(AP) FRANKFURT – Germany’s Daimler Truck AG and Sweden’s

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
April 27, 2021  

VW Mexico sets production suspensions over chip shortages

(AP) MEXICO CITY – Volkswagen de Mexico said Monday

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
April 27, 2021  

Jaguar Land Rover halts production because of chip shortage

(AP) LONDON – Jaguar Land Rover said Thursday it’s

News Manufacturing Health & Safety Operations
April 21, 2021  

FDA inspection found problems at factory making J&J vaccine

(AP) The Baltimore factory contracted to make Johnson &

Feature Automotive Operations Technology
April 20, 2021  

New Ram Power Wagon: Modern Truck with a History

Having been an ‘automotive journalist’ for nearly 15 years, and working for an OEM dealership before that, I have had the opportunity to drive a lot of different vehicles, from the smallest, a smart fortwo, to the largest, a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter long wheelbase with a high roof. None have been as unique as the vehicle that recently filled up my driveway.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations Health & Safety Operations
April 20, 2021  

Peel Region to order temporary closure of businesses with recent COVID 19 outbreaks

(CP) Officials in a Toronto-area COVID-19 hot spot say

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April 14, 2021  

Take the 2021 Manufacturing Management Salary Survey Now

Salary information, which is kept confidential, helps to compare manufacturing wages to industry averages.

Feature Manufacturing Minerals Transportation General Operations Sustainability
April 12, 2021  

Getting the Lead Out

Lithium-ion battery manufacturer growing market for material handling applications.

News Manufacturing Operations
April 7, 2021  

Taiwan chip maker TSMC to invest $100B to grow capacity

(AP) TAIPEI, Taiwan – Major Taiwan computer chip maker

News Manufacturing Operations
April 7, 2021  

China manufacturing rebounds in March amid tech, virus risks

(AP) BEIJING – China’s factory activity rebounded in March

News Manufacturing Economy General Operations
April 7, 2021  

US factory activity expands at fastest pace since 1983

(AP) WASHINGTON – U.S. manufacturers expanded in March at

News Transportation General Operations
March 22, 2021  

St. Lawrence Seaway operator expects shipments to rise in 2021

(CP) The organization that oversees the St. Lawrence Seaway