In PLANT Magazine’s Manufacturing Outlook 2016 Report, Canadian manufacturing leaders reported a cautious, yet optimistic view of the industry sector.
Strengthened business sectors such as the automotive industry, shifted exchange rates resulting from a strong U.S. dollar, as well as, an increase in viable, global markets like China—all gave rise to a hopeful outlook for the future of manufacturing in Canada. Yet, despite these positive business factors, Canadian manufacturing leaders still face on-going concerns with stability and gaining a competitive advantage in local and global markets.
Developing a sustainable, long-term growth plan is the key for Canadian manufacturing leaders to turn their optimism into practice.
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In this eBook, you will learn:
- Why Canadian manufacturers are optimistic about growth potential in manufacturing
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