June 16 - 18, 2020 | Toronto Congress Centre (South Building)
“The Economist Intelligence Unit considers Canada the best country in the G-7 in which to do business over the next five years.”
“Canada is the first country in the G-20 to create a tariff-free zone for industrial manufacturers; tariffs on all manufacturing inputs will be eliminated by 2015.”
“The International Monetary Fund and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development both forecast that Canada will remain among the leaders of the world’s major economies through at least 2013.”
“Manufacturers reported higher profits and capital expenditures, Statistics Canada says, and foreign investment in the sector rose by 8.6 per cent to $192.7 billion, marking the fifth annual gain in six years in 2012″
“1.7 million manufacturing employees in Canada – 650,000+ in Ontario alone”
Injection and blow molding
Ferrous and non-ferrouscasting
Powder metal coating and fabrication
Assembly and sub assembly
Systems and componentintegration
1st ranked business among auto-producing nations according to Economist Intelligence Unit
$3.5 billion average in annual capital investment in auto manufacturing over the past ten years
In fact, from 2000 to 2009 the sector’s productivity growth was four times the average among Canadian manufacturers and was also larger than that recorded by the US aerospace industry.
With more than 1,000 firms, a workforce of 25,000, and exports worth more than $2.3 billion in 2011, Canada’s medical-devices industry produces a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic products.
“More than 100 projects valued at $1 billion or more each, in oil-and-gas, mining and primary metals, have been announced for the 2012–2020 period.”