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Women in Manufacturing

Canadian PPE makers form association to advance medical mask manufacturing standards

Called the Canadian Association of Medical Mask Manufacturers, the organization was founded by Breathe Medical Manufacturing and The Canadian Shield.

North American manufacturing rebounding from a challenging 2020, survey shows

Twenty-five per cent of the plastics processors and moldmakers surveyed broke even or lost money in 2020.

Amcor makes leadership appointments in the Americas

The global packaging supplier has named Dan Murphy as vice president of its North America operations, and Rodrigo Lecot as vice president and general manager of Latin America.

NatureWorks and IMA partner to advance the compostable coffee pods market

The multi-year partnership is designed to accelerate the availability of a turn-key solution for K-Cup compatible compostable coffee pods in North America.

Chemical maker W.R. Grace bought by Standard Industries Holdings for $7 billion

W.R. Grace's catalysts business offers polyolefin catalysts for the production of polypropylene and polyethylene resins, as well as surface modifiers for thin polymer films.

Keynote, speakers announced for Women in Manufacturing

Leaders and employees of every level – women and men – will find sessions of interest for an exploration of the importance of fostering and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce.
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CM Demo Days

Researchers develop 3D-printed material to replace ivory

The material consists of synthetic resin and calcium phosphate particles processed in a hot, liquid state and hardened in a 3D printer with UV rays. » Read more

New technique detects microplastics in the snow

The process was developed by researchers at McGill University in Montreal. » Read more