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Toyota chooses Woodstock plant to build electric version of RAV4
Toyota is crediting loans and grants from the Canadian and Ontario governments for its decision to build the electric version of the RAV4 sports utility vehicle in Woodstock, Ont. Learn more.
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Honda recalls more than 135,000 vehicles in Canada
Honda is recalling 135,142 vehicles in Canada to update the software that controls the automatic transmission. Learn more.
Ontario renegotiates, saves millions in green energy deal with Samsung
Ontario's Liberal government has renegotiated a $7-billion green energy deal with Korean giant Samsung to save $327 million, but the opposition parties condemned it as a secret, untendered contract given to a foreign multinational. Learn more.
GM announces major investment in Oshawa plant
General Motors announced that it will invest $117 million to prepare its assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont., to build the new Cadillac XTS next year. How many jobs will this create? Read on.
Solar manufacturer to create 50 new jobs, invest in automation
Ontario is helping Centennial Global Technology expand its solar manufacturing business and create 50 new jobs in Kingston. Learn more about the investment.
Navistar closes truck plant in Ontario
Navistar International is closing its truck manufacturing plant in Chatham, Ont. — a plant that's been idle since 2009. Learn more.
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ERP buyer's corner: Review of Syspro ERP for manufacturers
Manufacturing AUTOMATION contributor Jonathan Gross recently interviewed Syspro Canada's president, John Fahey, participated in a software demonstration, conducted a client reference check, and undertook secondary research. After all of that, what does he have to say about the company? Read on to find out.
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|June 2011 Digital Edition
The next chapter: Our editorial advisory board discusses the manufacturing industry's recovery, the challenges that remain, and the opportunities for growth
Innovation through Automation: Connecting field staff and experts remotely across continents with mobile video collaboration
2011 benchmark study: The secret recipe for ERP success
ERP overhaul: CB Engineering saves $250,000 annually and reduces operating expenses
The power of simulation: Virtual 3D simulation tools bring increased productivity and ROI
September 2011 Manufacturing AUTOMATION Lineup
The September 2011 issue of Manufacturing AUTOMATION marks our 25th anniversary! We are celebrating this milestone with a new look! When the September issue arrives on your desk, it will be in a smaller footprint, but it will still contain the great, informative content you've grown to expect over the last 25 years. The September issue will include:
Cover story: Happy Anniversary – MA celebrates 25 years!
A look at Manufacturing AUTOMATION over the last 25 years. Plus, industry analyst and futurist, Jim Pinto, will highlight how industrial automation has changed over the last 25 years, and what's to come.
Feature: 2011 Software Case Study Guide
Who is Canada's safest manufacturer? We reveal the results of Canada's Safest Employer contest, brought to you by our sister publication, Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, with profiles of the winners.
Plus: Lean manufacturing, and a selection of the latest enclosures and workstations, power supplies, programmable control products, RFID offerings, wire and cable products, as well as the latest in wireless technology and security.
Check out the Calendar of Events on the Manufacturing AUTOMATION website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.
Got an event you want us to include on the website? Please send an e-mail to editor Mary Del Ciancio: firstname.lastname@example.org.