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Current Industry Profiles
Started in 1983, Quad Engineering is celebrating over 30 years of successful business, having generated hundreds of millions of dollars into the Canadian economy. A solutions-oriented company, Quad Engineering offers a wide range of products and services to its clients, from mill components to complete mill installations - view here
A truly Canadian legacy: almost 135 years of operations, through booms and busts and everything in between. Imperial Oil, the country’s second largest oil and gas producer, is the country’s oldest—and has explored, developed and operated to serve millions of customers and provide the materials necessary for a vast array of consumer products.
Eskasoni First Nation is nestled alongside the picturesque Bras d'Or Lake in Eastern Cape Breton Island, and is the largest Mi'kmaq community in the world. The community has been growing its infrastructure and industry opportunities in order to create a sustainable future for its members, and CIO had the opportunity to speak with Tracy Menge and Steve Parsons (both in corporate development) to discuss that future. - view here
In Canada, Henry Technologies has been manufacturing in Canada as Chil-Con since February 1967. The company has shifted and grown from being a manufacturer of chillers and condensers and is now a world-class fabricator of pressure vessels and heat exchangers—Henry is truly an innovator in the global market.
Recently recognized on the Profit 500, Karwood Contracting has had much to celebrate in 2014: a 15th anniversary, steady growth, and an entrepreneurial company culture. CIO caught up with President Greg Hussey, and industry leader in Newfoundland construction, to talk about Karwood’s success and future plans.
Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, is a dynamic food company that has changed with the times—and the demands of a growing customer base. TWI Foods started in 1997 in a very small facility, less than 5,000 square feet. The company was started by Ali Kizilbash, a chemical engineer by training.