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February 14, 2001  

The Fantastic Four: Meet the winners of the 2000 awards for maintenance excellence

Maintenance professionals across Canada are beginning to look forward

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February 14, 2001  

Revisiting and learning from a conference or seminar event

The latter part of the twentieth century witnessed an

News
February 14, 2001  

Management Challenges: What’s your biggest beef?

For this installment of the Reader Panel survey, we

News
December 14, 2000  

Acquiring software in the new age

It used to be simple. You needed a new

News
November 14, 2000  

Absolute Power: Tackling issues with power quality

Ever since people started to use electricity, there has

News
November 14, 2000  

Paper plant reduces particulate emissions with hi-tech scrubbers

Particulate fumes are sub-micron in size, but they were

News
November 14, 2000  

A Bright Idea: Fibre optic technology drives new methods of power measurement

Fibre optics have been at the heart of many

News
November 14, 2000  

Link strategy targes for improve performance

Imagine a job where on any given morning you

News
November 14, 2000  

Supply Chain Management: What plant professionals need to know

Almost daily, manufacturers are under increasing pressure to deliver

News
November 14, 2000  

Important lessons from the Olympics

Like many of you, I spent some time a

News
November 14, 2000  

Certified to safety standards: What does that CSA mark mean?

Its mark appears on more than a billion products

News
November 14, 2000  

Safety engineers must take their ‘authority’ role seriously

Ontario and Nova Scotia have recently introduced regulations mandating

News
November 14, 2000  

Hydraulic systems ease the load but not the burden of safe operation

Hydraulic systems generally store fluid under pressures from 2,000

News
November 14, 2000  

Personality assessments make better communications easier

Last issue’s maintenance connections column ("What’s in a word?")

News
June 1, 2000  

Cutting the costs of cutting aluminum and abrasive materials

Manitoba foundry boosts bandsaw productivity 25% to 100%; cuts blade cost six-fold, by trading carbon sawblades for carbide.

News
June 1, 2000  

Cerro Copper of Canada Benefits from Increased Capabilities

Material handling system overhaul uses less energy and needs less maintenance, while giving this round-the-clock manufacturer more finishing capacity.

News
June 1, 2000  

Huge industrial pumps create white-water for 2000 Sydney Olympics

Six Flygt Model PL710/865 large-propeller pumps, each capable of moving 2.8 cu m of water per second, will power Sydney’s white water slalom canoeing and kayaking course.   

Feature
April 1, 2000  

News and views about companies, staff, product lines and more (April 01, 2000)

NTN Bearing Corporation, the ‘official bearing of CASCAR,’ is sponsoring Mark Dilley of Barrie, Ont. Dilley will pilot the NTN CASCAR entry in the national series. He will be a teammate of the Ford Quality Care Car driven by Dave Whitlock of…

News
November 29, 1999  

Oil Analysis Basics

Editor Andre Voshart goes over best practices when starting