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Ottawa, Ont. - Manufacturing sales in Canada have posted their biggest gain since March 2007, according to a new Statistics Canada report.
Research Triangle Park, N.C. – ISA and the Automation Standards Compliance Institute (ASCI) are introducing three certificate programs that will increase knowledge and awareness of the ISA84 standard.
Mississauga, Ont. - Canadaís Industrial Accident Prevention Association has earned a prestigious award for its First 4 Weeks training program.
Frankfurt, Germany – Operators of injection moulding machinery in Europe and North America will work with the same safety instructions in the future, according to a new report by manufacturers' association Euromap. The Euromap 64, 68 and 69 pictograms that stand for "warning signs," "prohibition signs" and "mandatory activity" respectively have been adapted to conform to the newest version of the U.S. standard AN-137 (V.3.4; 2008).The association said the safety instructions also can be used for other plastics and rubber machinery.
Boston, Mass. - A security flaw in a popular piece of SCADA software could be exposing the worldís manufacturing plants, gas refineries and industrial facilities to attack.
Ottawa, Ont. - Manufacturers with innovative new technologies may want to hurry and apply for the 2008 Regional Innovation Awards Program from Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters.
Toronto, Ont. - The Little Geeks Foundation, a not-for-profit that collects, refurbishes and re-distributes donated home and corporate computers, announced it will give away 200 donated computers to underprivileged children in the Greater Toronto Area.
Ottawa, Ont. - The manufacturing sector in Canada dropped more than expected in March, with shipments falling by 1.6 per cent to $49 billion, according to Statistics Canada.
Calgary, Alta. - Careers in Manufacturing recently presented the Calgary Manufacturing Industryís Best Employer Awards to six Calgary businesses in recognition of their business excellence in creating progressive, safe and innovative environments.
Research Triangle Park, N.C. - The ISA100.11a working group within the ISA100 Committee has officially begun its first letter ballot on its draft standard, the first in the ISA100 universal family of wireless standards.
Windsor, Ont. - The Canadian Auto Workers union has reached master agreements with both Chrysler and General Motors.
Ottawa, Ont. - The countryís aging baby boomers and a predicted labour shortage mean our demand for skilled workers will soon outstrip our supply, according to Canadaís Human Resources Minister Monte Solberg.
Ottawa, Ont. -The countryís manufacturing slump means Canada is losing tens of thousands of its best and most productive workers, according to a new report by the Toronto-Dominion bank.
Dedham, Mass. - The market for wireless devices and equipment in process manufacturing will grow to more than US$1.1 billion in 2012, a growth rate of 32 per cent per year, according to a new ARC Advisory Group study "Wireless in Process Manufacturing Worldwide Outlook."
Ottawa, Ont. - Precarn Incorporated has launched a $2.1 million funding boost to promote the research and development (R&D) efforts of Canadian companies applying intelligent systems to solve commercial problems in the environment and manufacturing sectors.
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