The Canadian Association of Mould Makers (CAMM) and the Windsor Esses Economic Development Corporation (WEEDC) signed two MoUs with EEPC India and the Tools and Gauge Manufacturers’ Association of India (TAGMA) in Mumbai recently. The ceremony was jointly organised by the Consulate General of Canada; Trade and Investment office of Ontario government in Mumbai; CAAM; WEEDC; TAGMA and EEPC India.
Annie Dube, Consul General for Canada in Mumbai, said: “The MoUs signed with EEPC India and TAGMA mark the first steps in a collaboration between Canada and India in technologies to be used in the industry of the future. Canada is well placed internationally in terms of R&D in new emerging technologies such as additive manufacturing, advanced analytics, big data, robotics & automation, AI, IoT and process digitisation across the business value chain.”
Jonathon Azzopardi, president, Canadian Association of Moldmakers (CAMM), said: “The signing of the MoU agreements between TAGMA, EEPC and CAMM is the first step of bringing the two already successful industrial economies together to build partnerships focused on harnessing the strengths of our two industries to create a mould making superpower on a global scale.”
WEEDC is a not-for-profit organisation supported by towns and the city of Windsor in the province of Ontario, Canada. The organisation is focussed to develop and execute strategies to retain, expand, attract and help new businesses start up in the Windsor-Essex region.
EEPC India is the premier trade and investment promotion organisation in India. TAGMA is the apex body representing the Indian tooling industry.