On June 29, Mitutoyo welcomed attendees to its facility in Mississauga, Ont., to celebrate the company’s 50th year in Canada.
The event kicked off with speeches from distinguished guests, including the Deputy Consul General of Japan, Seitoku Kawakami; a welcome from President of Mitutoyo Japan, Yoshiaki Numata; and a welcome from president of Mitutoyo Canada, Matt Dye.
Mayor Bonnie Crombie awarding Mitutoyo their anniversary plaque. CTMA photo
Attendees were then encouraged to take self guided tours of the Calibration Lab, Repair Shop, and Contract Inspection Lab.
Presentations were held of Mitutoyo’s Round Tracer Flash, MeasurLink Data Management system, in addition to its comprehensive lineup of measurement solutions, as well as for the Robo Tag, CMM MiSTAR 555 with Yaskawa Robot, Surface Measure 1008, and its Smart Factory interactive display.
The event concluded with a cocktail reception for networking.
Mitutoyo welcomed attendees to its facility in Mississauga, Ont., on June 29, to celebrate the company’s 50th Anniversary. From left: Greg Paliouras, Shop Metalworking Technology; Erin Farmer, Mitutoyo Canada; Paula Bass, KBC Tools; Gary Sinasac, Mitutoyo Canada; Robert Cattle, CTMA; Karen Neath, KBC Tools; and Joe Thompson, Canadian Metalworking. CTMA photo