Canadian Publishing Industry News
26 October 2021,     TORONTO
Canadian Metalworking partners with CAMM
Canadian Metalworking magazine and the Canadian Association of Mold Makers (CAMM), the national association for mold makers, service providers, and suppliers to the mold making industry, have announced partnership to promote Canadian mold making, machining, and manufacturing.

            Tariffs, new technology, free trade deals, and changing automotive platforms are all challenging Canadian die and mold shops, while at the same time creating potential opportunities for the sector. Part of this change is a move toward electric vehicle (EV) production, which has the possibility of adding work to the mold making pipeline.


            “Canadian Metalworking’s partnership with CAMM is a great fit.  This new partnership will help CAMM expand its reach into the largest metalworking audience in Canada, and it also will strengthen and broaden the magazine’s readership and editorial contribution to the mold making sector,” said Kathleen Fitzgerald, associate publisher of Canadian Metalworking.

            Canadian Metalworking has more than 25,000 subscribers in Canada’s metal cutting industries of mold making, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, medical, and general machining.

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