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CAMM opens Toronto chapter

The Canadian Association of MoldMakers (CAMM) continues to go big.


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May 15, 2010 by Canadian Plastics

The Canadian Association of MoldMakers (CAMM) continues to go big.

 

On the heels of its strategic partnership agreement with Quebec’s Federation of Plastics and Alliances Composites (FEPAC), Windsor, Ont.-based CAMM has established a new Toronto chapter, to be headed by Natalia Stephen, president of functional coater Compound Metal Coatings in Mississauga. 

 

“I’m honoured to run CAMM’s new Toronto chapter,” she said. “Our goal is to add value for all of our members by growing the membership in the greater Toronto area. This will give us a stronger voice to lobby government, a bigger presence at national and international trade shows, and a better overall forum for spreading information about new technologies and innovations that will keep Canadian moldmakers and related industries competitive on a global level.”