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Workleap expands AI uses for employees

According to a recent survey, 1 in 4 organizations plan to increase their use of automation or AI.

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6 key trends that will impact Canadian manufacturing this year

The economic slowdown that has taken its toll on manufacturers should ebb by mid-year. See how 6 trends will impact the industry, and how to prepare. Learn what Canada’s manufacturers can expect from the economy this year, with 6 key trends that will shape the industry and tips on how to prepare.

Mazda adopts North American charging standard for North American BEVs

This addition will provide access to over 15,000 Tesla Superchargers across North America.

Capital Power and OPG to assess use of small modular nuclear reactors in Alberta

The feasibility assessment will take two years to complete and will include exploring ownership and operating structures for a potential fleet of grid-scale SMRs in Alberta.

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Oil Free In Every Industry

Pharmaceuticals, food, beverages, life sciences and beyond—all industries thriving on clean, dependable compressed air. The Sullair legacy, rooted in reliability, durability and performance, continues with oil free compressors powered by Hitachi engineering. Clean, oil free air is key to sustained success. Count on Sullair compressors to get the job done. » Learn more...

CMTS: Manufacturing technology in motion

The 2023 edition of the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) drew over 8,000 attendees to the Toronto Congress Centre near the airport. » Read More...

OPINION: Tale of two negotiations

Unifor ratifies deals, while UAW digs in and expands work action. » Read More...

Keeping current on WHMIS

If you work with hazardous products, you should know that Canada’s Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) was updated earlier this year. » Read More...

Q&A: Canada Post’s green plan

Going net zero is the goal, Plant spoke with Canada Post, to see how they plan on getting there. » Read More...
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Moves So Much Air, EXAIR Patented It!

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Using a small amount of compressed air as their power source, Air Amplifiers pull in large volumes of surrounding air to produce high volume, high velocity outlet flows. Quiet, efficient Air Amplifiers will create output flows up to 25 times their consumption rate. They are ideal for exhausting smoke, cooling hot parts, drying wet parts, cleaning machined parts, ventilating confined areas, dust collection, exhausting tank fumes and maintaining uniform heat in ovens and blowoff applications. » Learn more...
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Unifor releases statement to call out Paper Excellence

Unifor called on Paper Excellence to give answers to the workers at the Crofton mill following the November 2023 announcement that an ongoing curtailment would be extended through February 2024. » Read More...

Renoworks and EagleView announce new tool for exterior contractors

Now contractors can experience a reportedly improved project timeline with Renoworks Pro. » Read More...