GLOBAL COMMERCE INSIDER: Company found a way to make glass bottles and jars last longer



There is much lament about the decline of manufacturing in Canada, as jobs and production capabilities increasingly move offshore. Masitek Instruments Inc., a Moncton, N.B., company that makes high-tech equipment to monitor and improve the processing and handling of goods, is finding a lucrative market by going to wherever client companies are located around the world.

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