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Laura Lyke and Nancy Richards Farese inducted into Hall of Fame

Two prominent electrical industry members have been named to the 2023 class of Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame: Laura Lyke of ICC International (awarded posthumously) and Nancy Richards Farese of Southwire Company. Along with the other honorees, these women will be officially welcomed into the Hall of Fame with a ceremony and gala next month.

Best practices for safe access to rooftops

A must-watch for anyone working at heights or on rooftops! With all the various trip and fall hazards, it can be challenging to create safe access to the rooftop, along with a safe working environment once there. Watch this informative education session, which breaks down the most critical aspects that you need to know to keep rooftop worksites safe and secure.

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Over 300 industry peers gather for 2023 Federation Cup

The day started cool and overcast, ending with warmth and sunny skies... just about perfect weather for Electro-Federation Canada’s 21st Annual Federation Cup Golf Tournament. Besides bringing together 300+ electrical manufacturers, distributors, and manufacturer reps for a day of camaraderie and networking, the annual golf tournament serves as a fundraiser for EFC’s Scholarship Fund. » Read more

Investment in residential construction continues to decline

Overall investment in building construction declined 5.2% to $55.7 billion in the second quarter, entirely due to a drop in residential construction (Non-residential construction was up 1.8% to $17.8 billion). Investment in single-family homes fell 10.5% to $19.7 billion in the second quarter—the largest decline since the second quarter of 2020—and multi-unit construction declined for the third straight quarter. » Read more

CES Transformers undertakes a $4-million expansion

Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade reports CES Transformers is investing $4 million to expand its existing facility in Markham, upgrade equipment, and train additional staff. The province is providing CES with nearly $610,000 in funding through the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation and Competitiveness (AMIC) stream of its Regional Development Program. » Read more


ICEL Emergency Lighting Conference

September 14, London, United Kingdom » More info

ECAO annual industry conference

September 17-21, Boston, Mass. » More info