MRO Magazine

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Operations

Feature
April 29, 2021  

VIDEO: Interview with Kim Nelson from Royal Containers

Recently, MRO’s associate editor, Maryam Farag, spoke with Kim Nelson, President and CEO, Royal Containers, as part of Women in Manufacturing’s Conversations with Industry Leaders series.

Feature
April 28, 2021  

Bev Goodman becomes first Canadian woman to lead Ford of Canada

Earlier this year, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited named Bev Goodman as its new President and CEO. She became the third woman to hold the roles, and the first since Dianne Craig, who was President and CEO from 2011 until 2017. The first woman to ever lead the Canadian operations was Bobbie Gaunt, who was in charge from 1997, until her retirement in 2000. Goodman; however, is the first Canadian woman to lead the company.

Podcast
April 28, 2021  

PODCAST: Suzane Greeman, Greeman Asset Management Solutions.

  GUEST: Suzane Greeman, President and Principal Asset Management

Feature
April 20, 2021  

The Modern Off-Road Truck with a History

Having been an ‘automotive journalist’ for nearly 15 years,

Feature
April 19, 2021  

Tradespeople and The New Digital World of Maintenance

Working with CertainTeed Gypsum and implementing new digital technologies

Feature
March 26, 2021  

First Virtual Expo a Success

MRO teamed up with its sister publication, Design Engineering, to host a virtual expo focusing on maintenance, reliability, manufacturing, design and operations.

Feature
March 22, 2021  

CMMS: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

CMMS is a great tool for maintenance including planning and scheduling, but be careful and don’t abuse it. There is good and bad we need to recognize in using CMMS functionality over a paper system. Get the good, avoid the bad, and be better at maintenance.

Feature
March 1, 2021  

How to Use a CMMS To Increase Work Accountability in the Maintenance Department

As the world becomes more digital and connected, it is more important than ever that organizations are properly collecting and utilizing their data.

Feature
February 23, 2021  

Go Live or Go Home

How a CMMS/EAM system keeps maintenance facilities on track.

Feature
February 23, 2021  

Successful CMMS Implementations

In 2021, many maintenance departments will either be
implementing their first maintenance software or upgrading
to one of the hundreds of new CMMS systems on the market.

News
February 15, 2021  

Ottawa approves Air Canada’s $190 million Transat purchase

(CP) Canada’s travel landscape could soon change after the

News
February 1, 2021  

Ford of Canada Names New President and CEO

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, has named Bev

News
January 22, 2021  

ATS CEO Receives Award

Advanced Technology Services, Inc. (ATS) announce its CEO, Jeff

News
January 18, 2021  

SKF Names New President and CEO

Rickard Gustafson has been appointed as President and CEO

News
January 18, 2021  

GM Bringing Commercial EV Manufacturing to Ontario

General Motors is bringing production of its BrightDrop EV600,

News
January 18, 2021  

FCA and PSA become Stellantis

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.  and Peugeot S.A. have completed

Podcast
January 14, 2021  

Importance of networking and education in the maintenance world

  GUEST: Martha Myers TOPIC: The importance of networking

News
January 12, 2021  

General Motors New Brand Identity

General Motors has created a new brand identity that

Feature
January 6, 2021  

Adapting to Maintenance Technology

This year it seems like we are on the front steps of maintenance technology. Manufactures are talking about new advanced maintenance tools, and many are moving toward implementing technological applications to be used by plant engineers and tradespeople.

News
December 28, 2020  

High flying Tesla stock takes a hit on 1st day in S&P 500

(AP) DETROIT – In the middle of last year,

Feature
December 15, 2020  

Maintenance: What Does the Future Hold?

Technology moves at a fast pace, and companies need to adapt quickly if they want to stay competitive in the new marketplace. Maintenance is no exception. What was once an industry that saw maintenance professionals using metal tools and wearing a hardhat, are now more likely to use a tablet to check on their assets.

News
December 15, 2020  

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales edged up 0.3 per cent in October

(CP) OTTAWA – Manufacturing sales grew 0.3 per cent

Feature
December 3, 2020  

MRO’s 2021 Truck and Van Preview

While most models for 2021, have engine, package, trim, or colour changes, two of the light-duty pick-up truck heavyweights have made major changes to their vehicles.

News
December 1, 2020  

EMC Names Director

Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) named Raf Khan as

News
November 30, 2020  

GM rethinks planned stake in electric vehicle maker Nikola

(AP) NEW YORK – General Motors will not be

News
November 30, 2020  

Flash estimate shows manufacturing sales up 0.6 per cent in October

(CP) OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says a preliminary estimate

News
November 16, 2020  

CpK R&D Invents Anti-Viral Plastics to Eliminate COVID-19

CpK Interior Products Inc. has developed a line of

News
November 16, 2020  

Federal government still working on investments in Fiat Chrysler, General Motors

(CP) OTTAWA – Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry

News
November 16, 2020  

Auto industry has hit trough from COVID 19, says Linamar chief executive

(CP) The auto industry has hit its trough from

News
November 9, 2020  

Hundreds of coal mining jobs to end as power company switches to natural gas

(CP) CALGARY – Alberta power producer TransAlta Corp. says