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OMX is the world's most powerful procurement database and platform. We connect buyers and sellers in global supply chains and ensure that you have access to the best and most relevant opportunities.

opportunities, for sellers, aerospace, defence, manufacturing, space, canada

By Hayley Clift | September 19, 2018

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Viasat is one of the world's largest satellite manufacturers and a multi-billion dollar global communications company. As an end-to-end provider of integrated capabilities, Viasat is uniquely positioned to provide the Canadian Armed Forces with secure, interoperable communications across any mission, platform or network.

Viasat understands that to offer these services, it requires the participation of critical Canadian partners and suppliers.

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opportunities, canada, for sellers, marine

By Hayley Clift | September 5, 2018

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If you're a Canadian company, supplier, or manufacturer that works in steel, furniture, insulation, and/or interior and flooring - ALMACO wants to hear from you! These exclusive RFIs are expiring soon.

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feature article, marine, for sellers

By Hayley Clift | September 4, 2018

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Last week, OMX Hayley visited the headquarters and shipyards of one of the world's largest shipbuilders - and returned with exclusive opportunities! Read on to discover how you can join a major marine supply chain.

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omx files

By OMX | September 4, 2018

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In our monthly series, the OMX Files tells you what you need to know about defence and procurement in Canada and around the world - including federal budget and spending, Canadian strategy and trends, international relations, and in-depth features and analyses. 

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Features, north america, automotive, manufacturing

By Jon Elkin | August 28, 2018

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August 28 - Yesterday, President Trump announced significant revisions to NAFTA in a bilateral agreement with Mexico, leaving Canada out. What's changed and what's going to happen to Canadian trade and manufacturing?

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