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Forty-four per cent of small firms now fully open, CFIB says

A new survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business finds that 44% of Canada’s small businesses are now fully open, up from 38% two weeks ago.

Maguire offering flexible PET shield for safe social distancing

The company's Jordan Defense Shield can be installed and uninstalled quickly and is made to fit any space by simply unrolling the shield to the required length.

Quebec tables bill to boost economy by fast-tracking major projects

The stimulus Bill 61 would allow projects to move ahead and bypass certain rules under the Environment Quality Act.
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Belplas now representing Stirling in Central and Eastern Canada

The Vaughan, Ont.-based company has been appointed as Stirling's exclusive representative for its Sterling line of auxiliary equipment for the injection molding and blow molding industries. » Read More

Packaging supplier Comar to expand in New Jersey

The company has announced what it calls “a major capacity expansion” of its Buena, N.J. plant operations by building a new offsite location in nearby Vineland, N.J. » Read More

Braskem America plans resin export hub in South Carolina

Scheduled for completion in Q3 2020, the new hub in Charleston will significantly enhance Braskem's international export capability. » Read More
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Researchers use synthetic polymer for custom-made bone implants

The material for craniofacial bone grafts can facilitate cell regrowth and be tailored to an individual's unique face and skull structure. » Read More
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Extraordinary times, extraordinary dryers

Even in the middle of a pandemic, the science behind molding plastic parts doesn’t change. Which means it’s just as critical now as ever to dry plastics in the processing phase. These new technologies really bring the heat. » Read More
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