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Best first quarter for CV production since 2008 despite March drop

SMMT

British CV production records best Q1 since 2008, rising by 27.4% Growth is still expected this year, with the latest independent outlook expecting light van production volumes to hit over 135,000 units – a result of electric vehicle output ramping up. to 32,626 units. Export volumes grow 57.9% March decline to 7,943 units.

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Need to improve Cdn. business productivity rises: BoC official

Canadian Manufacturing

But, she says, an economy with strong productivity can have faster growth, more jobs and higher wages with less risk of inflation. Rogers says when you compare Canada’s recent productivity record with that of other countries, what sticks out is how much the country lags on investment in machinery, equipment and intellectual property.

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High Liner Foods invest $5M in Norcord AS

Canadian Manufacturing

Mr. Jewer continued, “We are impressed by Norcod’s leadership team and their proven production record and expertise.

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Competitive conditions needed to sustain record EV exports

SMMT

To maintain this growth, we need action to drive investment into electrified vehicle production and, critically, the supply chain. In further good news this week, UK commercial vehicle production recorded its ninth consecutive month of growth this year, with the best September in more than a decade as output rose by more than half.

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High-Tech Bots and Devices for Business Owners

Robotics Automation News

Hiring employees is one of the costliest moves any business owner can make. Along with the obvious monetary toll in the form of payroll expenses, there are other considerations. Things like insurance, necessary office space, training, and other factors can add up fast.

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Global coal demand surges to levels not seen since 2013

E&T

The world’s three largest coal producers – China, India and Indonesia – will all hit production records in 2022. Europe, which has been heavily impacted by Russia’s sharp reductions of natural gas flows, is on course to increase its coal consumption for the second year in a row.