For over 40 years, the Canadian Association of Moldmakers (CAMM) has represented the Canadian mould-making industry. Originally named the Windsor Association of Moldmakers (WAMM) in 1981, CAMM was initiated in 1992 to provide a unified voice for Canadian mould makers, designers, service providers, and suppliers.
CAMM participates in national and international discussions to provide insights on behalf of the industries we serve and advocate for impactful change. Manufacturing represents 10.5 percent of Canada’s GDP, and we advocate for challenges and solutions to ensure our industry continues to thrive.
CAMM’s strategic pillars set the framework for how we provide business support to our members, improve skill and talent development while addressing skilled labour shortages, assist SMEs to grow and expand their global relationships through marketing and collaboration, and encourage advanced technology adoption and a culture of innovation. “We have done a deep dive into the needs of our members to develop programs that are a first for this innovative and dynamic sector. Many changes and exciting things are on the horizon,” says Jeanine Lassaline-Berglund, President of the Canadian Association of Moldmakers.
CAMM has an impressive history of bringing ideas to fruition. We encourage the development and adoption of innovative technology and support the development of the next generation of skilled trade employees through youth-focused initiatives, partnerships with post-secondary institutions, and facilitating the diversification of the workforce.
The Canadian Association of Moldmakers has developed global relationships and continues to cultivate innovative ways to help our industry grow and highlight its strengths on the international stage.
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