Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters releases research report
Rehana BeggIndustry Manufacturing Manufacturing
The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) has released findings of its year-long research aimed at growing manufacturing and exporting in Canada. The research report contains recommendations for industry and government and was unveiled at CME’s Industrie 2030 National Manufacturing Summit held in Ottawa on October 18-19, 2016.
“The insights we are sharing summarize our independent research as well as direct feedback from our members designed to improve and grow Canada’s entire manufacturing and exporting sector,” said Mathew Wilson, Senior Vice President, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters. “With collective engagement of leaders from industry and government and all Canadians to implement the recommendations, Canada’s manufacturing sector can double its output by 2030 and succeed on an international scale.”
The Industrie 2030 Action Plan and its recommendations stem directly from the input of more than 1,250 Canadian manufacturers and exporters of all sizes from all corners of the country. While there are regional and sectoral variances with a number of the priorities for action, the core recommendations are consistent.
CME’s research resulted in the following reports:
- Industrie 2030 Action Plan: Manufacturing Growth, Innovation and Prosperity for Canada;
- Management Issues Survey 2016;
- A National Strategy for Canadian Manufacturing in the Digital Age; and,
- Economic Impact: Manufacturing and Exporting in Canada.
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