MRO Magazine

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June 30, 2015  

Real gross domestic product edged down in April

Ottawa – Real gross domestic product edged down 0.1%

News
June 30, 2015  

Major distributor announces executive team change

Chicago, IL – Industrial distributor W.W. Grainger Inc. has

News
June 30, 2015  

$50,000 fine goes to employer of worker injured by fastening gun

Toronto – 1860317 Ontario Ltd., operating as Agrivac Ventilation

News
June 30, 2015  

Belt manufacturing plant gets award for second straight year

Troy, MI – Dayco, an engine products and drive

News
June 30, 2015  

Researchers address critical bearing issue for wind turbine operators

North Canton, OH – Research conducted by The Timken

News
June 30, 2015  

Bearing firm adds to sales staff in Quebec

Mississauga, ON – To realize sales growth and new

News
June 29, 2015  

Conval automated valve packages

June 29, 2015 – Conval offers a wide range of automated globe, gate and ball valve packages in 1/2″ through 4″ sizes that automate processes, improve efficiency, assure precise closing, extend product life, reduce labor costs, and allow for integrated remote monitoring and control.

News
June 26, 2015  

Behind the scenes at GTAA’s Environmental Management System

On a recent plant tour, PEM had a firsthand glimpse of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority’s underground Environmental Management System. The GTAA manages, operates and maintains Toronto Pearson Airport International Airport.

News
June 26, 2015  

J.W. Winco levelling sets offer precise levelling and locking

J.W. Winco, Inc., a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components, announced it now offers GN 350.5 and GN 350.5-NI Steel and Stainless Steel Levelling Sets, with Spherical Washer, with Locknut, in metric sizes.

News
June 26, 2015  

Pipe bevelling tool features new bevel, face & bore blade holder

A new blade holder for the Prepzilla Millhog pipe bevelling tool that permits bevelling, facing, and boring simultaneously to assure high weld quality is being introduced by Esco Tool of Holliston, Mass.

News
June 26, 2015  

Injuries to workers from formaldehyde gas result in $50,000 fine to employer

Ultra Manufacturing Ltd., a manufacturer and supplier of automotive interior mechanisms and decorative components, has pleaded guilty and has been fined $50,000 after workers were exposed to formaldehyde gas in the workplace.

News
June 26, 2015  

Engineers Canada releases labour market report

The report, Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2025, released by Engineers Canada, provides province-level projections of supply and demand for engineers. The forecast is for more than 100,000 engineering job openings in Canada between now and 2025 as engineers retire and the economy continues to grow.

News
June 23, 2015  

New lubricant and oil analysis laboratory for Edmonton

Maxxam Analytics, the Canadian market leader in analytical solutions for the energy industry, now provides lubricant and oil analysis services with the opening of a new testing facility in Edmonton. Utilizing the expertise of Analysts, Inc., a leading U.S. provider of lubricant and oil testing, the new laboratory commences a global expansion of oil condition monitoring (OCM) services for parent company, Bureau Veritas.

News
June 23, 2015  

Mast-climbing work platform safe use, maintenance & inspection

The recent death of two Ontario workers who were on a mast-climbing work platform when it collapsed prompted Ministry of Labour Inspectors and Engineers to undertake a review of similar mast-climbing platforms. Any serious defects in the structural elements of mast-climbing work platforms could, if not addressed, significantly increase the likelihood of failure.

News
June 23, 2015  

Partners In Training – Saskatoon

Register today to secure your space at this year’s 2015 Partners in Training educational forums.

News
June 22, 2015  

Buying the best automated machine is a supply chain experience

Quite often a company will purchase a piece of automated equipment without doing their homework. Oh, they’ll look at throughput, cycle time and the continuous quality automation can provide. They already know an operator can be much faster and thorough at the start of a shift than at the end, and that inconsistency can cost them. That said, there are other important considerations when making the case for automation.

News
June 19, 2015  

Vancouver proves ideal for networking at PTDA Canadian Conference

Vancouver, BC – Canadian power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) distributors

News
June 19, 2015  

Aftermarket supplier to expand distribution centre

Troy, MI – Dayco, a global engine products and

News
June 19, 2015  

Schaeffler receives the World Excellence Award from Ford Motor

Herzogenaurach, Germany – As part of its Top Supplier

News
June 19, 2015  

Rexnord names new non-executive chairman

Milwaukee – Rexnord Corporation has announced that non-executive chairman