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March 31, 2014  

Partners in Training is coming to Edmonton, April 15

Partners in Training will be in Edmonton on April

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March 31, 2014  

Why the PTDA supports IFPE

Face-to-face outreach is the key to networking success. That’s

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March 31, 2014  

Maintenance-free bearings provide support for suspension bridge

Thornhill, ON – Federal-Mogul has developed maintenance-free bearings for one of the world’s longest suspension bridges. Upon completion, the Hardanger Fjord Bridge in southwest Norway will be one of the largest in the world, spanning…

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March 31, 2014  

Manufacturing output was up 2.0% in January

Ottawa – Real gross domestic product rose 0.5% in January 2013, Statistics Canada reports. This follows a 0.5% decline in December after five consecutive monthly increases.

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March 31, 2014  

Level II Thermography Training

Level II Thermography Training

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March 28, 2014  

Inspire 2014 conference covers process safety in plants

March 27, 2014 — ACM Facility Safety and the

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March 28, 2014  

New event for additive manufacturing/3D printing event to debut this fall

Toronto – Canada’s fastest-growing manufacturing sector will get a boost this fall when Rapid Canada, the country’s first comprehensive additive manufacturing/3D printing tradeshow and conference makes its debut in Toronto.

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March 27, 2014  

Hypertherm plans advanced cutting workshops at Ontario’s Conestoga College

March 25, 2014 — Hypertherm, a U.S.-based manufacturer of

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March 27, 2014  

Former pneumatics business unit at Bosch Rexroth is branded Aventics

March 27, 2014 – A new standalone company has

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March 27, 2014  

Omega six channel temperature data logger

March 27,2014 – Omega introduces its new six channel

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March 27, 2014  

Moventas wins several wind turbine service projects

Cambridge, ON – Moventas has received significant orders from wind industry customers in Finland and Estonia.

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March 27, 2014  

Rexroth Pneumatics becomes Aventics

Burlington, ON – A new stand-alone company has been created out of the former Pneumatics business unit at Bosch Rexroth. Due to a change in ownership, the medium-sized company is now operating under the name Aventics.

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March 26, 2014  

Nett Technologies’ VorTEQ 100 DPF System

March 26, 2014 – Nett Technologies Inc. (Nett) of

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March 26, 2014  

Gates revamps its website while retaining the best of the old version

Brantford, ON – After months of development, several rounds of design options, and countless interviews with customers, Gates has launched an all-new website at www.gates.com.

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March 26, 2014  

EDC finances firm in Turkey to create opportunities for Canadian equipment makers

Ottawa – Export Development Canada (EDC) has provided a US$10-million line of credit to Turkish leasing company Ak Finansal Kiralama (AkLease), which will be used to provide financing to Turkish companies leasing equipment from Canadian…

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March 25, 2014  

Zero ground clearance ovens by Benko

March 25, 2014 — Benko Products, Inc. produces a

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March 25, 2014  

Natural gas extractions up 9.4% in January

Ottawa – Canada extracted 14.5 billion cubic metres of natural gas in January 2014, up 9.4% from the same month in 2013, Statistics Canada reports. Nova Scotia posted the largest percentage increase, up 235.5% from January 2013 to 355.5 million…

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March 24, 2014  

Timken in joint venture in Russia for rail bearings

Canton, OH — The Timken Company has entered into an agreement with United Wagon Company (UWC), which is involved in building, leasing, engineering and servicing freight cars in Russia, to establish a joint venture to manufacture Timken AP-2…

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March 24, 2014  

Trade show for students to target stigma of skilled trades

Burlington, ON — As Ontario struggles to find a solution to a labour shortage that will require an estimated 40,000 skilled workers over the next decade, stigma blocks a potential workforce that could play a large part in rectifying the…

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March 24, 2014  

New report reveals energy sector adds $9,000 per Canadian household

Calgary − By any reasonable standard, Canada exports a lot of energy. Public perception towards energy trade in our country is often negative, especially when it comes to oilsands and pipelines. However, a new report from The University…