Ontario government helps fund Windsor tooling show
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The Ontario government is giving $100,000 to help this year's tooling show in Windsor, Ont.
The Ontario government is giving $100,000 to help this year’s tooling show in Windsor, Ont.
Sandra Pupatello, the province’s Minister of Economic Development and Trade, made the announcement of Friday, during a visit to Windsor’s St. Clair College.
According to Pupatello, the grant is intended to assist the show’s organizer, the Canadian Association of Mold Makers (CAMM), attract as many as 50 buyers from Europe, Brazil and the U.S. These potential buyers will also tour local mold shops, and be offered a series of seminars.
“The mold making sector provides the high-quality equipment and services that our manufacturing and automotive sectors depend on,” said Pupatello. “This investment promotes the continued strength of our mold manufacturers, connecting them with new customers and developing new markets.”
“This funding allows Ontario’s mold manufacturing sector to showcase our talent, resources, skills and innovation to the world. The “Reverse Trade Show” will demonstrate that we can provide the high-quality products that buyers demand in today’s global economy,” said Dan Moynahan, president of CAMM.
The two-day trade show will be held on November 18 and 19 at the Caesar’s Windsor Casino.
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