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Ontario Export Awards winners announced

Published by Brad Fougere on November 28, 2014

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters congratulates the 2014 Ontario Export Awards winners. Winners of the awards are key economic contributers to the health of the Ontario economy and drivers of the growth of the manufacturing sector.

The 2014 Ontario Export Awards gala brought nearly 200 manufacturing, government, association and corporate leaders together to celebrate the province's top exporters on Tuesday.

Aeryon Labs Inc. (Waterloo, ON), a manufacturer of small unmanned aerial systems, was recognized with the Exporter of the Year award at the inaugural event, for its rapid expansion into markets such as Iraq, Ecuador, the US and Indonesia.

In total, 10 awards were presented, with Christie Digital Systems Canada Inc. winning the Leadership award for its vision and long-term exporting strategy. Mirus International Inc. won the Emerging Exporter award for its burgeoning sales in international markets such as China.

The full list of award winners is as follows:

Mirus International Inc.: Emerging Exporter
Nuform Building Technologies Inc: Clean Technology
Aeryon Labs Inc.: Consumer Products & Technology
Jaylor Fabricating Inc: Food, Beverage & Agriculture
Polycorp. Ltd: Services
Mircom Group of Companies: Value-Added Manufactured Goods
INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing: Transportation Equipment
Aeryon Labs Inc.: Exporter of the Year
Christie Digital Systems Canada Inc: Leadership
Xuehan (Snow) Zhao: Business Studies Student Award

"These Ontario companies are proof that going global begins at home," said Ian Howcroft, vice-president of CME Ontario. "We celebrate the efforts of all the nominees who have risen above the competition to take on the world and win. These truly are the brightest of exporting businesses in Ontario today."

The Ontario Export Awards were sponsored by HSBC Bank Canada (Platinum Sponsor), UPS, Lincoln Electric Company of Canada, Buffalo Niagara Enterprise and the Port of Montreal.

"HSBC has been facilitating international trade for nearly 150 years and our history in this area allows us, and our clients, to skillfully navigate the waters of doing business globally," said Dan Leslie, senior vice-president and head of corporate banking, HSBC Bank Canada. "Ontario is also home to a large percentage of this country's international companies, so this year's competition was quite strong. Congratulations to all winning companies."

The finalists and winners represent a diverse range of industry segments, from food processing to military vehicles. For a full list of finalists and winners and more information on the program, visit


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