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EMC: A great discussion about Continuous Improvement Culture and how Blackberrys are made!

RIM provided a great room, CI journey and finished with a great plant tour as we discussed creating and maintaining a Continuous Improvement culture RIM provided a great room, CI journey and finished with a great plant tour as we discussed creating and maintaining a Continuous Improvement culture. We started with RIM talking to us [...]

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EMC KW/Cambridge SIG: A Swine time at Conestoga Meat Packers!

Our May SIG event was hosted by Conestoga Meat Packers.  Conestoga Meat Packers is a vertically integrated processor of premium quality, fresh pork. Based in Southwestern Ontario Canada, they supply the Canadian market with wholesome, delicious pork since 1982. They are owned and supplied by a co-operative of 150 Southern Ontario family farmers who got [...]

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EMC: KW/Cambridge networking and best practice sharing in a minty environment

Our March host was Taylor and Grant who provided some great benchmarking and best practice sharing for our event. Taylor and Grant is a quality manufacturer of breath mints, chocolates and hard candies enjoyed throughout the United States, Canada and abroad. The company opened its doors in June of 1993 producing personalized corporate food gifts [...]

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EMC: Great networking and best practice sharing event at Boehmer Box

Over 70 individuals representing a cross section of ages, work experiences and industries joined EMC at a great networking and best practice sharing event this month at Boehmer Box. Sr. Managers: During the Senior Manager’s session the participants were provided with an overview of the business, challenges and future outlook.  Some of the challengers and [...]

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Healthy Food Continuum = Healthy Economy = Healthy Employment!

When you mention the Food Chain to most people they don’t even consider manufacturing as part of the equation, but a part it is – and a very large part at that. In my last blog, I alluded to the fact that employment shifts across the entire food continuum could impact employment in such areas [...]

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