The Canadian Association of Mouldmakers is a not for profit industrial organization consisting
of mould makers and their integrated mold making network.
In order to have a united representation and voice for the local area mold makers,
the Association was originally established in 1981 under the designation of Windsor
Association of Moldmakers. Due to increased membership interest, in 1992, we became
the Canadian Association of Moldmakers Inc. and now encompass a vast array of members
from mold makers, designers, manufacturers, supplier and service companies across
Canada and Michigan.
CAMM addresses issues that affect Moldmaking companies in such matters as global
and legislative issues; new technology and education and training programs. We encourage
young people to choose mold making as a career through student awards and in-school
The Canadian Association of Moldmakers, through the strength of our membership,
helps to ensure a healthy future for both large and small member companies, resulting
in quality molds being built in Canada.
Soapbox: Being first at FIRST robotics in Windsor and Essex County
Flip through the beautiful, glossy pages of the Canadian Association of Mold Makers 2014-15 directory and you will find the words “innovation, technology and investing in the future” repeated time and again.
It is fitting that among the articles and ads featuring local manufacturing companies you’ll find, on Page 46, an advertisement featuring the logos of CAMM, the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association and FIRST Robotics Canada together under ...
Euromold 2014 Trip Report
Euromold 2014 held in Frankfurt Germany was another successful CAMM trade show venture
The show was held Nov 25-28th. Unfortunately it conflicted with the US Thanksgiving which resulted in less Americans participating/attending or had an abbreviated visit.
Many quality business opportunities were created during the show + as per usual...some high profile OEM visitors wanted their visit to remain confidential but obtained a CAMM directory for their records ...
OAC Workshop – Sourcing, Selecting, Hiring and Training Employees
November 27th, 2014 -
8:15 - 3:30 pm
Aerospace Suppliers, Precision Machine Manufacturers & Assemblers – Presidents/CEOs, Human Resources Executives and Managers:
Objectives: To provide Ontario SME suppliers an understanding of current tools, resources and ‘Best Practices’ that can assist your company to source, screen, select, hire, train and retain the people you need for success. Members of Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC), Canadian Tooling & Manufactu ...
Up to $20 million to help Ontario manufacturers
SMART Advanced Technologies for Global Growth
1st KPMG can help (free one hour consultation)
Up to $20 million to help Ontario
manufacturers adopt advanced technologies, enhance productivity and expand
The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) in
partnership with the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
(FedDev Ontario) to deliver a new program called SMART Advanced Technologies
for Global Growth.
The prog ...
Plastimagen Trade Show
Plastimagen – Trip Report –
Plastimagen 2014 which was held Nov 18-21 in Mexico City continues to be the leading Mexican Plastics Industry Show.
CAMM + CAMM member companies received outstanding support from EDC, Ontario Canada + the Department of Foreign Affairs, International Trade + Industry Canada throughout the show.
A reception was held at the Canadian Embassy on Thursday evening during the show.
The show itself continued to attract many Mexican OEMs + industry people. ...