Automotive suppliers participating in a global survey said the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is hitting their operations, with major uncertainty about what’s next.
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Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen) will invest $50 million in Supercluster funding to support companies as they rapidly respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by building a Canadian supply of
A new ‘Ontario Together’ web portal will enable businesses to more easily mobilize and redeploying capacity toward making ventilators, protective masks, and swabs for virus testing.
Pivot International CEO Mark Dohnalek talks with Smart Manufacturing magazine’s Brett Brune about the China Deal First Phase, USMCA, Brexist— and ways to alleviate trade tension.
Five area auto-related and manufacturing companies will receive an overall total investment of more than $2 million from the Ontario government, the provincial Tories announced during a visit to
Investment intentions remain broadly positive among Canadian entrepreneurs despite concerns about global economies.
As the economy evolves and recovers from the impact of COVID-19, many manufacturers in the region are embracing technology to take advantage of new opportunities, become more productive, stay
Canadian factory activity expanded at its fastest pace on record in December as new orders and production climbed, while manufacturers grew more optimistic that output would continue to rise in
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General Motors Canada is preparing portions of its iconic Oshawa plant to produce face masks for health care professionals and other Canadians.