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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
Innovation in sustainable technology has been a pillar of Canadian industry for many years. It is companies such as BIOREM, based in Guelph, Ontario, that lead the charge when it comes to developing solutions for air pollution control.
In Canada, craftsmanship is important for manufacturers who want to stand the test of time. For LEDA Furniture based in Toronto, solid craftsmanship has become a way of life and a guarantee.
For some people, bathrooms are a place of function not fashion. But for customers of Canaroma Bath & Tile, bathrooms are a place of style and relaxation.
Confederation Log Homes was created to help people realize their dreams—dreams of luxury log home living. The company celebrates 35 years in 2014, marking a milestone achievement of successful custom home creation.
Just over 30 years ago, DSG Power Systems was just a small start-up, created by Percy Hoff and a sales rep he had worked with at a previous company. Hoff, originally from South Africa, arrived in Saskatoon in February of 1983 and at the time, the economy in Canada was in bad shape.