The Western Manufacturing Technology Show brings high-tech to the fastest growing manufacturing region in the country.
How 3D printing could disrupt the economy, reshoring is just “symbolic”, and the battle for Chinese auto supremacy.
A survey finds fewer young Canadian professionals are entering the oil and gas industry – something that bucks the global trend.
TransCanada Corp. said last month it wants solid backing before deciding whether to convert an existing 3,000-kilometre natural gas pipeline that could carry crude into Quebec.
Over 400 attendees showed up for the inaugural MMP Show.
Boeing expands in Canada, Fiat invests big in Brazil, and a “depressing outlook” for the European steel sector.
Access Security builds vaults and safes for banks, governments or individuals … and they’re more complex than you might think.
Smaller than previous TruDiode lasers, they are ideal for plastic or thin gauge metal welding.
This system marks all types of metal components and offers a large marking area.
The world’s smallest V8, laser welding driving innovation, and a massive strike expected for metalworkers in Germany.
This Windsor-based shop made tough business decisions, but ended up thriving as a result.
The tower’s spire is a joint venture between the Montreal-based ADF Group Inc. engineering firm and New York-based DCM Erectors Inc., a steel contractor.