Manufacturing

Meet the Company That Makes Most of the World’s Escalator Handrails

How EHC Global added innovation—and a splash of colour—to a highly commoditized business

What It Takes to Produce the Hottest Toy of the Holiday Season

Tiana Wilson age 8 with the most sought-after toy of this Christmas season, Spin Master's Hatchimals, at the Dreamtoys Fair in London. Photo: Nils Jorgensen/REX/Shutterstock/CP

Toronto's Spin Master is winning the Christmas present contest this year with Hatchimals. Here's how it's handling the huge demand

How to Invigorate a Humble Business

C.R. Plastic Products president Jamie Bailey (right) inspects a chair at the PROFIT 500 firm's recently-acquired Stratford, Ont. factory

For 15 years, C.R. Plastic Products was a moderately successful furniture maker. Thanks to some big risks, big hires and big investments, it’s a burgeoning global brand and PROFIT 500 winner

How to Build a Booming Business Doing the Right Thing

Yupeng Liu (right) at one of PROFIT 500 winner Just Quality International’s processing facilities

Yupeng Liu of Just Quality International used his own moral compass—and philanthropic awakening—to create a PROFIT 500 company that stands apart

PROFIT 500 2016: Canada’s Fastest-Growing Manufacturing Companies

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Meet the 95 industry firms that made our annual list of rapidly-expanding businesses

How to Take a Niche Product to the Mainstream

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Kailey Gilchrist found that even meat-lovers will buy into vegan foods—with the right message

What’s Next For Canada Goose

Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss at the company's new, larger Toronto factory in 2014. Photo: Frank Gunn/CP

Dani Reiss on building an authentic brand, the importance of bricks-and-mortar, and the risks and rewards of expanding beyond the iconic winter parka

What Does “Made in Canada” Actually Mean?

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The maker of Moose Knuckles parkas and the Competition Bureau disagree over whether the Montreal company's products meet labelling standards

6 Good Reasons to Manufacture in Canada

Made in Canada and barcode, business concept

Offshoring has its advantages, but you can actually save money, time and hassle by making at home. Why this small business did it

Why the Future of Canadian Manufacturing Remains Uncertain

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The key industry's rebound faces ‘significant’ structural hurdles according to a federal memo

What 3D Printing is Really Good For

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Next Big Thing 2016: The technology won't replace factories any time soon, but it could still transform enterprise manufacturing. Here's how

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