About Us

View As Webpage | View Archives | Email a Friend

@{mv_date_MMM d, yyyy}@

Polykar breaks ground on new Edmonton manufacturing plant

The facility is phase one of a $40-million investment to create a centre of excellence to develop and commercialize flexible and compostable packaging.

Magna offering education program for its employees

Magna is working with education program provider InStride to provide employees with undergraduate degrees at leading colleges and universities through InStride’s educational network.

Ontario moving to step three of reopening on July 16

Step three of the roadmap focuses on the resumption of additional indoor services with larger numbers of people and restrictions in place.

Industrial measurement technology supplier East Coast Metrology expands to Canada

The firm is partnering with Precitech Metrology, a full-service 3D metrology and precision alignment company based in Montreal.

Former W&H Corp. president James Feeney passes away

Feeney, 85, was the first president of the North American operations of Germany-based flexible packaging machinery maker.

Lego unveils sustainable brick made from recycled PET

It's the first-ever brick from the Danish toy maker to be made from a recycled material.
Sponsored Spotlight 
Innovations in Plastics

Innovations in Plastics

The Innovations in Plastics eBook from Canadian Plastics offers readers the latest insights on products and technologies available for the Plastics Industry.

The eBook offers a look at some of the latest machinery and technologies for injection molding, extrusion, blow molding, conveying, robots and automation, drying and blending, hot runners, and materials – all designed to help improve your plastics processing operations at a time when running efficiently is of maximum importance. So whether you’re in the front office or on the plant floor, you’ll want to check out our special eBook. » Read more
Special Reports 

Researchers from Germany and Canada work on new AI methods for picking robots

The researchers are investigating how to use training data from multiple stations, from multiple plants, or even companies without requiring participants to hand over sensitive company data. » Read more

USask researchers looking to make bioplastics from pulse starch

The University of Saskatchewan project has received $2.5 million in funding through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, and will be led by Dr. Yongfeng Ai. » Read more