TAKE BACK MANUFACTURING VIDEO
An interview on the TBM Initative... with Nigel Southway SME
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Take Back Manufacturing at FABTECH.
REVIEW THE TBM PRESENTATION AT FABTECH Canada MARCH 2012.
Thanks for Joining us at FABTECH 20thto 22nd March (Booth # 1020)
We explained how YOU can TAKE BACK MANUFACTURING.
We are all rapidly losing our prosperity via the decline in
this important part of our economy.
Much more must be done to improve the Canadian business
environment and improve the focus and approach to better position us for
Our goal is to get Government, Educators and Industry
leadership to work closer together to plan the recovery of our declining manufacturing
sectors in Ontario.
We presented a detailed roadmap to TAKE BACK MANUFACTURING in Ontario.
Go to HERE for the Take Back Manufacturing Forum activities…… and below for our latest news release and what TBM is all about.
MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION MAGAZINE ... HOT RELEASE FROM FABTECH
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TBM Now in the news!!!
SME Talks to the Toronto Star about the health of Manufacturing!
Manufacturing’s Grim Battle to Survive....
“How are we going to pay for everything in Ontario when we traditionally paid for everything with manufacturing? We don’t have a resource sector in Ontario,” said Nigel Southway, chair of the Toronto chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. “Manufacturing has a multiplier effect. It’s one of the best ways to spur other activity. For every job in manufacturing, there’s probably three indirect jobs. .....
PRESS RELEASE Click here. SME rallying cry: Take Back Manufacturing
PRESS RELEASE ...AUTOMATION MAGAZINE.. Click Here
PRESS RELEASE ....AUTOMATION MAGAZINE VIDEO... Click Here
PRESS RELEASE Click here. Plant Magazine article on Take Back Manufacturing
PRESS RELEASE Click here SME at the CMTS Trade show Review
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What is TBM?
The ultimate goal of Take Back Manufacturing
is to get government, educators and industry leadership to start working closer together to plan the recovery of
the declining manufacturing sectors in Ontario.
SME Toronto has provided
leadership for the TBM initiative, as we believe all
Ontarians need to understand and support the recovery of a broad manufacturing
industry base to provide a more robust platform for sustained innovation and
best in class practices, and that without such a base we will not be able to
support our economy in a competitive manner into the future.
We have formed an active TBM forum of a broad representation of Canadian technical societies, management associations, trade organizations and educational stakeholders.
We urge everyone to work closer together to plan the recovery of our declining manufacturing sectors in Ontario.
Let us explain how we are rapidly losing our prosperity via the decline in this important part of our economy, and what must be done to improve the Canadian business environment, focus and approach to better position us for success within the manufacturing sectors.
We have developed a TBM Roadmap and the toolkit to undertake the journey…
We are offering a web based TBM roadmap and toolkit package to all SME members.
Join SME today! Get the benefits of full membership to assist you in the TBM journey.