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Media Sponsors

We wish to thank the following associations, organizations and publications for their support as media sponsors of CMTS. Please visit their website to view FREE manufacturing resources such as white papers, magazine subscriptions, manufacturing directories, valuable technical data and industry resources.

 
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Annex Business Media

At Annex Business Media is the largest B2B media company in Canada with over 65 brands in 6 main markets: manufacturing/industrial, resources/heavy equipment, agriculture, commercial, retail and professional services. Across all of our brands, we reach business decision makers throughout Canada through a variety of platforms, including: print, web, email, direct mail, webinars, podcasts, videos and both virtual and in-person events (just to name a few). Great Content. Better People.

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Canadian Manufacturing

Canadian Manufacturing is the top source of daily manufacturing-focused news in Canada. Our editors cover the stories that impact manufacturers, exporters, supply chain companies, the agri-food sector, clean technology and small businesses in an e-newsletter every business day.

CanadianManufacturing.com provides thought leadership through several annual business benchmarking surveys and reports.

We also host opportunities for the manufacturing industry to connect via events, award programs, webinars, roundtables and specialized content.

 
 
Canadian Metalworking

Canadian Metalworking

At Canadian Metalworking it is our ongoing goal to write about the technologies that matter to Canadian manufacturers from coast to coast, technologies that can have a dramatic effect on shop productivity. Each issue of Canadian Metalworking features new product information, technology advice, and stories from innovative shops. During the year readers can expect in-depth coverage of milling, turning, grinding, EDM equipment, quality and measurement devices, and additive manufacturing technology, as well as software and IT designed for the manufacturer. Canadian Metalworking also is home to information about the consumables of our industry, including carbide inserts and tooling.

 
 
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Design Engineering

Design Engineering is Canada’s definitive information source for Mechanical Engineers, Machine Builders, Product Designers and OEMs In today’s highly competitive environment, it is imperative that our readers stay informed on the products, technologies and trends that impact their operational needs – present and future. DE produces a range of proven media platforms to meet those needs. We adopt traditional and new technologies to reach, inform and influence our print, digital and event audiences. To foster innovation by providing timely and leading-edge coverage of a broad range of engineering topics relevant to mechanical engineers, machine builders, product designers and original equipment manufacturers. To foster innovation by providing timely and leading-edge coverage of a broad range of engineering topics relevant to mechanical engineers, machine builders, product designers and original equipment manufacturers.

 
 
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Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Manufacturing AUTOMATION is the leading resource for Canada’s industrial automation news. With a focus on the evolving opportunities, challenges and technologies of today’s shop floor and the factory of the future.

Manufacturing AUTOMATION is dedicated to helping its readers stay knowledgeable, up-to-date and competitive.

The print magazine and its various digital platforms is read by engineers, managers and senior executives who have a purchasing and/or specifying responsibility for automation products and equipment aimed at improving manufacturing efficiency.

 
 
Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering is a highly respected magazine serving U.S. engineers and other manufacturing professionals who use manufacturing technologies. The magazine’s history dates back to 1935, when SME first published it as Tool Engineer. In the 1960s, the magazine was called Tool and Manufacturing Engineer. In the 1970s, it became Manufacturing Engineering and Management. Since 1975, the magazine has been known as Manufacturing Engineering, or as our customers sometimes call us, M.E.

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Machinery and Equipment MRO

Machinery and Equipment MRO magazine delivers news for maintenance and reliability professionals looking to achieve best-in-class maintenance. MRO offers practical machinery, equipment and plant maintenance information for professionals in the manufacturing, utilities and resource industries. Our comprehensive content mix includes maintenance case studies, technical features on machinery and equipment performance and repair, best practices in reliability, implementation trends, as well as field intelligence on the latest products. Contributors from industrial plants, supplier companies, columnists and the editorial staff are experts with specialized knowledge and experience in their fields.

 
 
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Plant

Plant Magazine provides manufacturing owners, senior executives and managers with information that will energize their businesses and make them more successful.

Print, online daily news, web-only features and weekly e-newsletters provide insights on industry issues, trends and lucrative market opportunities; management strategies; how-to articles; and case studies that demonstrate process improvements that drive business success.

And a comprehensive technology section aimed at professionals working on the plant floor covers new developments, products and systems.

 
 
Shop Metalworking Technology

Shop Metalworklng Technology

Shop Metalworking Technology is Canada's premier magazine for the metal products manufacturing industries. Since it’s inception in 2012, SMT has consistently produced high quality, informative, and relevant editorial content for our unique readership of metalworking industry-decision makers.

 
 
Smart Manufacturing

Smart Manufacturing

Smart Manufacturing focuses on advanced manufacturing technologies and tools that are driven or enhanced by integrated information technology. Smart Manufacturing is available free of charge to qualified subscribers in the US.

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