MRO Magazine

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March 31, 2004  

Asia Pacific aircraft and engine MRO market poised to take off

Palo Alto, CA — The idea of outsourcing non-core maintenance operations is gaining popularity with aircraft operat…

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March 31, 2004  

TransAlta fined $50,000 for worker’s injury

Edmonton, AB — TransAlta Corporation has agreed to make a $25,000 donation to Parkland Ambulance Authority, and ha…

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March 30, 2004  

Learn about counterfeit products in industry at Friday seminar in Toronto (March 30, 2004)

Toronto, ON — Each year, North American businesses lose an estimated $200 billion to counterfeiting. The internati…

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March 30, 2004  

Parker’s motion and control technologies applied to new business unit

Cleveland, OH — Parker Hannifin Corporation has formed a new Life Sciences Business Unit to enable the development…

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March 29, 2004  

Timken named sole supplier of bearings for Rolls-Royce engine line

Canton, OH — Timken has become the sole supplier of bearings for the Rolls-Royce Corporation Model 250 line of air…

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March 26, 2004  

Canada to fund Apprenticeship Forum project

London, ON — The Canadian government will provide almost $3 million in funding for a project by the Canadian Appre…

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March 26, 2004  

PT reps to meet late April

Arlington, TX — Huntington Beach, Calif., is the venue for the upcoming annual convention of the Power-Motion Tech…

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March 25, 2004  

Ontario moves to reduce injuries to manufacturing workers

Toronto, ON — A manufacturing panel for the new Health and Safety Action Group in Ontario’s labour ministry was es…

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March 24, 2004  

GM Canada and Qubec work to develop auto supplier base

Montreal, QC — General Motors of Canada, the Government of Qubec and the Socit gnrale de financement du Qube…

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March 24, 2004  

Sawmill fined for injuries to millwright

Timmins, ON — Tembec Industries Inc., of Montreal, Que., a forest products company which owns and operates a sawmi…

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March 23, 2004  

N.S. workers to see new workplace safety ads

Halifax, NS — The Workers Compensation Board of Nova Scotia has planned a new advertising campaign to curb the ris…

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March 23, 2004  

"Flexibility for the 21st Century" is keynote topic at Advanced Manufacturing Expo March 24 in Mississauga

Mississauga, ON — Manufacturing is undergoing a revolution fuelled by a global economy that requires greater speed…

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March 22, 2004  

BSA joins Coalition for the Future of Manufacturing in U.S.

Glen Ellyn, IL — The Bearings Specialists Association (BSA) has joined the Coalition for the Future of Manufacturi…

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March 22, 2004  

PTDA joins three manufacturing coalitions

Chicago, IL — PTDA has joined three U.S. public policy endeavors that are being spearheaded by the National Associ…

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March 19, 2004  

Canada’s David Foot among keynote speakers at international supply management conference

Philadelphia, PA — The Institute for Supply Management will hold its 89th annual International Supply Management C…

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March 18, 2004  

Timken to transfer Toronto warehousing operations to Colinx in April

Canton, OH — Bearing and alloy steel manufacturer The Timken Company plans to transfer the balance of its Toronto…

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March 18, 2004  

Timken gets additional anti-dumping payment

Canton, OH — The Timken Company will receive an additional US$7.7 million payment under the U.S. Continued Dumping…

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March 17, 2004  

BDI appoints new managers in Nova Scotia

Mississauga, ON — BDI Canada Inc., a distributor of bearings, power transmission, fluid power and industrial produ…

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March 17, 2004  

February employment level remained static in Canada

Ottawa, ON — Statistics Canada reports in its latest Labour Force Survey (February 2004) that, for a second consec…

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March 16, 2004  

Canadian manufacturers holding their own with exports

Ottawa, ON — Although manufacturing shipments in Canada edged down 0.2% to $45.5 billion in January 2004, manufact…