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Manufacturing innovation underpins Canadian prosperity: CME

Published by Brad Fougere on December 04, 2014

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) welcomes the priority placed on advanced manufacturing in the federal government's new Technology and Innovation Strategy announced today by Prime Minister Harper and Science and Technology Minister Ed Holder‎.

"Manufacturing is experiencing a technological revolution in Canada and around the world," said CME ‎President & CEO Jayson Myers. 

"New digital and internet technologies, new materials and new production processes like 3D printing and micro-machining are transforming the way that products are designed, produced and managed. They offer Canadian manufacturers important new capabilities to add value for customers, respond quickly to changing market demands and improve operating efficiency.

"The development and adoption of advanced technologies will shape the future of manufacturing in Canada.  

"Today's announcement recognizes the importance of manufacturing to Canadians and the need to ensure that our businesses are at the forefront of the technological changes that are revolutionizing manufacturing around the world."

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