Advanced Manufacturing Process Solutions from a Highly Skilled Workforce

Tech-Con Automation designs, builds and installs automated manufacturing and robotic solutions for a range of clients from automotive suppliers, consumer goods and agriculture to food & beverage companies. Founded in 1995 and based in Burlington, Ontario, Tech-Con is an authorized integrator of FANUC and Yaskawa Motoman industrial robots. The company’s automated manufacturing solutions make material handling, assembly, palletizing and waterjet cutting and cleaning more efficient.

Tech-Con Automation

The Future of Cement in North America

Privately-held McInnis Cement Inc. was formed following the Beaudier Group’s acquisition of Cimbec in December of 2011, and the many decades of combined experience will be showcased by the new plant and a strategically-located marine terminal.

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A Reputation Forged in Quality

Patriot Forge is the largest open die forger in Canada, with a reputation for quality forgings that spans the globe. Headquartered in Brantford, Ontario, with additional plants in Paris, Ontario and Canton, Ohio, this is a full-service firm that creates products of the highest quality, backed by exceptional service and support, at a competitive price.

Patriot Forge

Bright Idea, Broad Application

For nearly three decades, PowerFilm’s expertise in semiconductor and solar energy development and research has led to the creation a highly innovative, durable and lightweight technology that harnesses the power of the sun for a diverse range of uses.

PowerFilm

Supporting Solar

Solar energy is growing by leaps and bounds. “It took us more than 40 years to get to a million [solar installations], and our data tells us that it will take only two years to get to two million,” says Dan Whitten, Vice President of Communications for Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). “So we are really growing at a warp speed in the solar industry.”

Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)

Shining Bright

Working with a key group of well-respected financial institutions such as J.P Morgan Asset Management U.K. – which works with investors from around the world – Quebec-based Critical Elements Corporation (TSX-V: CRE) (US OTCQX: CRECF) (FSE: F12) recently announced the closing of a $6 million private placement. The placement is led by Canaccord Genuity Corp., a leading independent, full-service financial services firm…

Critical Elements Corporation

Leading the Blue Revolution

Salmon is a healthy source of protein and a rich source of vitamins and minerals such as Omega-3 fatty acids. The oily fish is part of a healthy, well-balanced diet and helps to support both physical and mental wellbeing. Marine Harvest’s farm-raised Atlantic salmon is high-quality and nutritious and sustainably satisfies five million people around the world each day.

Marine Harvest Canada

Tomorrow’s Technology Today, in an Age-old Business

Sustainability is not simply a catchphrase for Alaska cod catcher Blue North; it is the foundation of its entire operations. Blue North is a Seattle-based natural resources company that has embedded sustainability into its ethical business model while redefining old industries. The company is using new technology to achieve maximum utilization and improve quality and efficiency.

Blue North

The Path to Paperless

Paper has long played an important role in the administration of healthcare systems around the world. Despite technological advancements and innovations in medical processes and electronic medical records systems, paper-based alternatives remain the predominate methods adopted by healthcare administrators. Given the benefits of paperless systems, the question that remains is, why?

Why the Healthcare World Needs a Digital Transformation

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The Gig Economy

There are countless studies that demonstrate that the nature of work is changing. Work is becoming increasingly precarious, but what does this mean? Does precarious employment imply doom and gloom or is there a silver lining for work that no longer fits traditional or conventional models? Is it a necessary evolution for the increasingly automated economy?