Lystek International has introduced its low temperature, commercial scale containerized Thermal Hydrolysis Processing units (Lystek Mobile THP) to serve the needs of the wastewater treatment optimization and Class A biosolids processing sector.
Emerson of St. Louis, MO, has acquired Berkeley, CA-based Bioproduction Group (Bio-G), a leader in simulation, modeling, and scheduling software for biomanufacturing. Bio-G’s scheduling and modeling systems combined with Emerson’s extensive life sciences technology and expertise portfolio will help companies bring therapies for cancer, diabetes and other illnesses to patients sooner.
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is encouraged by the creation of a federal task force aimed at combatting foreign interference in Canadian elections.
Wajax has announced the resignation of Darren Yaworsky, senior vice president, finance and chief financial officer, for personal reasons. His positions will now be filled by Stuart Auld.
Visitors to the iconic Niagara Falls will soon be able to experience one of the world’s top landmarks emission-free. Two new Maid of the Mist passenger vessels will be powered entirely by high-capacity battery packs, becoming the first all-electric vessels ever built in the U.S.
Saint John, NB-based Irving Oil has announced its acquisition of the Tedcastle group of companies, an Irish-based energy marketing and distribution organization, which operates under the brand name Top Oil.
Motion Industries, Inc., a distributor of maintenance, repair, and operation replacement parts based in Birmingham, AL, has announced that its parent company, Genuine Parts Company (GPC), presented the 2018 GPC Manager of the Year honour jointly to two recipients. It is the single highest individual recognition in all of Genuine Parts Company.
While most Canadian executives see themselves as being digitally aware, they need to close the say-do gap on digital transformation or they risk being left behind. According to PwC Canada’s Digital IQ report, Canadian executives are less likely than their global counterparts to focus on proactive transformation initiatives, such as digital upskilling.
The number of patents submitted by the Endress+Hauser Group continues to rise. As reported during the annual Innovators’ Meeting held this year in France, the Group submitted 287 initial patents in 2018, a new record. Endress+Hauser owns nearly 7,800 active intellectual property rights worldwide.
Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster has announced its first cohort of projects. The projects total $40 million of investment over three years; and is comprised of $15 million of co-investment from the Supercluster that has leveraged over $25 million from industry, research and academic partners.