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September 23, 2017, 3:56 PM EDT

Live, Work, Play

Most of us living in large cities like New York, London, Madrid, Seoul or Toronto take a lot of things for granted which are not available in smaller communities, like reliable public transit, ready access to highways, parks, bicycle and jogging paths that extend for many miles, and major shopping centres…

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An Industry Crusader for 25 Years »

Jupiter Aluminum is a highly innovative aluminum producer with finishing and painting abilities. Its products are proudly American-made with nearly 100% domestically-sourced scrap. It has discovered a process by which aluminum can be produced in a way that is good for output, the company’s bottom line, the industry and the environment.

Jupiter Aluminum
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Goin’ South »

Select Tool, Inc. of Oldcastle, Ontario designs and manufactures fixtures, gauges, and related products, primarily for the automotive sector and offers automation solutions as well. The firm is undergoing rapid growth and is looking to expand its operations into Mexico. Select Tool takes pride in being vertically integrated and capable of handling all stages of a project from design through to mac

Select Tool Looks to Open a Mexican Branch
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Made by People, Built with Trust »

Headquartered in Oostburg, Wisconsin, Dutchland Plastics is a leader in rotational molding that has been in operation for half a century.

Dutchland Plastics
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Ohio Cutting Tool Company Gets a Global Boost »

Last year, SGS Tool Company, a round solid carbide cutting tool manufacturer based in Munroe Falls, Ohio, was acquired by the Kyocera Corporation of Kyoto, Japan which employs around seventy thousand people across 231 group companies. The deal massively expanded the reach of the decades-old firm which is now called Kyocera SGS Precision Tools (KSPT).

Kyocera SGS Precision Tools
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Alive and Well and Thriving »

During a worldwide speaking tour well over a century ago, famed American author Mark Twain is said to have responded to rumors that he was gravely ill with one brilliant, succinct line: “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” And much like Twain’s untruthful demise, the so-called decline of manufacturing in America has been wildly overblown. The National Tooling and Machining Asso

The National Tooling and Machine Association
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Let the Sun Shine In »

Thermo-Tech Windows, LLC is on a mission to make and sell the best possible windows and doors on the market. Premium vinyl is the company’s manufacturing material of choice, which it says is superior to wood in durability and energy-efficiency. Thermo-Tech is experiencing a huge growth spurt, with a massive plant expansion and new product line in the works for this year.

Thermo-Tech Premium Windows and Doors
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Building the Bridge Back to Work »

Dealing with workplace injuries can be a devastating and challenging experience for both worker and company. Organizations such as the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) of Ontario enable workers to receive needed compensation and provide no-fault insurance for employers in the province. As an independent organization of the Ministry of Labour in Ontario, WSIB serves as a bridge to get injure

Workplace Safety Insurance Board of Ontario
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A Model that Addresses Infrastructure Demand »

The Labourers' International Union of North America (LiUNA) is a National Union representing over 500 000 members – over 110 000 in Canada with an International Office in Hamilton, Ontario. It has Local Unions across the country and is the most common union of construction, healthcare, waste management, and show service workers in this country. In fact, LiUNA, established in 1903, is Canada’s

Labourers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA)
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Smart Solutions for Modern Needs »

With the need for data storage booming around the globe, we are on the verge of exponential growth for data centre facilities.

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Live, Work, Play »

Most of us living in large cities like New York, London, Madrid, Seoul or Toronto take a lot of things for granted which are not available in smaller communities, like reliable public transit, ready access to highways, parks, bicycle and jogging paths that extend for many miles, and major shopping centres…

What Makes a City a Home?