Manufacturing in Canada is supported by a highly skilled workforce, advanced technology capabilities, R&D and strong business networks and trade across Canada, USA and the world. According to PWC Report "The Future of Manufacturing - Canada", the manufacturing sector accounted for 9.4% of the jobs in the Canadian labour force in 2016.
Focusing on Supply Chain Strength and Value Added
Manufacturing and contract manufacturing is a competitive industry and requires expertise in multiple areas to be able to provide quality products and custom services to clients in different markets.
Competitive pricing is one way to create value for customers. More and more manufacturers are shifting their focus towards improving the efficiency of their supply chains through investing in technologies. This investment brings the benefits of lower lead times, increased inventory control and, as a result, greater customer satisfaction with the entire ordering process. The trend of streamlining supply chains to meet custom requirements and simplify procurement and outsourcing is growing.
According to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), 33% of 2,000 Canadian industrial companies have digitized their supply chains. And 72% have stated that they intend to to do so by 2020. Digitization increases connectivity both within manufacturing operations and with external suppliers, clients, and partners. This results in greater efficiency, faster time to market and cost savings for many local and global companies.
Major Manufacturing Industries in Canada
- Mining, gas, oil
Aqua Bond's Role - Client Focused Custom Manufacturing
In partnership with Canadian and international companies, Aqua Bond provides end-to-end product delivery from R&D and to commercialization and full-scale manufacturing.
We work closely with each client to ensure that your specific business and manufacturing requirements are fulfilled. We have many years of experience in manufacturing products for automotive and aerospace industries as well as many other markets (personal care, cleaning and sanitizing, food industry, water treatment). We share our expertise and experience with our partners to contribute to your success and simplify your supply chain.
More Information – Manufacturing in Canada
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