“Ingersoll’s anchor industry is automotive,” says Lindsay Wilson, Youth Entrepreneurship Coordinator for the Town of Ingersoll. “We have the CAMI plant here and that’s what we’re known for.
When Margaret Deneau wanted to grow her eco-friendly baby products business and move it from her basement to a store, she went to the Centre for Enterprise and Law (CEL) at the University of Windsor for help.
An innovative Ontario company, 6N Silicon Inc., has developed a revolutionary process to purify silicon for the solar power industry.
Green automotive technology is one of the factors that will contribute to the success of the future auto industry, as it undergoes the massive transformation that will allow it to survive the current economic downturn and thrive again. And Windsor-based PM Plastics is staying ahead of the game, as it continues to innovate in the manufacturing of parts for vehicles powered by alternative energy.
A world-renowned Ontario technology company has surpassed its initial employment target ahead of schedule.
Circuit boards, quick-turn prototyping and double-sided surface mount assembly… say what? Here’s lingo that most of us are unfamiliar with, but for the professionals at DICA Electronics Ltd., it’s language that makes today’s advanced electronics possible.
Building on its proven capabilities in automated train control projects around the world, Thales Rail Signalling Solutions is now stepping up its R&D efforts to further improve energy-efficient electric train operations – the ‘green’ transportation for urban environments.
Next time you fly, go on a cruise, or watch police and military personnel in action, the chances are some of the equipment used was made by Tulmar Safety Systems Inc. The innovative technologies advanced by Tulmar are saving lives all over the globe.
There is a movement afoot, here and in the rest of the world, to better protect workers against injury. Work accidents are no longer a matter relegated to insurance companies and workers compensation boards. It’s reassuring to know that a growing number of employers are committed to injury prevention through training.
You don’t have to be huge to make a difference. At St. Albert Cheese, the proof is in the pudding… well, it’s more in the curds really.
An MEDT-sponsored trade mission to the Edmonton area last June is already producing new sales for Royal Homes of Wingham, Ontario. Royal’s modular homes offer an efficient solution to housing shortages in Alberta’s booming oil patch.
Several years of persistence, many phone calls and frequent visits to Alberta are paying dividends for E.S. Fox Ltd., an Ontario-based construction, fabrication and engineering company. The firm is among many Ontario manufacturers winning contracts stemming from Alberta’s oil sands.
The whole environmental engineering world is watching. And waiting . . . for a revolutionary technology that converts paint fumes to energy now being developed at Ford’s Oakville Assembly Complex. “This is the greenest technology out there when it comes to air pollution control and power generation,” says Kit Edgeworth, who is responsible for the Fumes to Fuel cell system project. “This is in a world of its own—it’s Star Trek stuff.”
Linamar Corporation’s Opti-Power innovation boosts automotive performance in a simple and effective way. The Ontario company’s technology also promises to help automakers achieve greater efficiencies in the drive to reduce emissions.