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Canadian reshoring group formed to advocate for supply chain modernization

Called "Reshoring Canada", the non-partisan advocacy organization was formed by a group of former parliamentarians. Called the Canadian Association of Medical Mask Manufacturers, the organization was founded by Breathe Medical Manufacturing and The Canadian Shield.

Tissue maker Kruger Products joins Canada Plastics Pact

Kruger has a 10-year sustainability strategy that includes the target of reducing the virgin plastic in its trademark branded packaging by 50 per cent by 2030.

Global PET stretch blow molding machine market to hit $1.36 billion by 2027, study says

The global market continues to be dominated by Europe, the study says, but the APAC region is expected to have the fastest CAGR from 2020 to 2027.

Absolute Haitian and iMFLUX partner on software integration

: iMFLUX processing software is available on Haitian servo-hydraulic and Zhafir electric injection molding machines purchased by molders in Canada and the U.S.

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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3D bio-printed heart provides new tool for surgeons

Made from a soft, natural polymer called alginate, the full-sized heart model gives surgeons a new tool for planning and practice for heart surgeries. » Read more

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