This database contains 102,000 Manufacturers records (listings) of businesses located all over the Canada in .CSV format categorized by province names.
Canada Manufacturer Database includes: Major Category Description, SIC Code Descriptions, SIC Code, Sic Category Description, Company Name, Address, City, Province, Zip Code, Contact Name, Gender, Title, Number of Employees, Estimated Revenue, Phone Number, Fax Number, Website URL, Email Address
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Type of Manufacturer
Number of Business Records
|Apparel, Finished Products from Fabrics||3955|
|Chemicals and Allied Products||2605|
|Electronic, Electrical Equipment & Components||3865|
|Fabricated Metal Products||9293|
|Food and Kindred Products||6736|
|Furniture and Fixtures||3025|
|Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Computer E||17470|
|Leather and Leather Products||562|
|Lumber and Wood Products, Except Furniture||7932|
|Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries||9279|
|Paper and Allied Products||2476|
|Petroleum Refining and Related Industries||619|
|Primary Metal Industries||2793|
|Printing, Publishing and Allied Industries||20195|
|Rubber and Miscellaneous Plastic Products||2757|
|Stone, Clay, Glass, and Concrete Products||3052|
|Textile Mill Products||864|
Canada’s manufacturing industry has huge potential for Canada’s economic future. The world is changing, and new technologies are not just opening new markets for Canadian goods but changing how they are produced. For manufacturing in Canada to remain a vibrant, innovative, and competitive contributor to our economy, business and government must work together.
A vibrant manufacturing community encourages industrial clusters that develop skills, knowledge, and technology. Success breeds success: when Canada’s manufacturers grow and compete, they act as magnets for new investment and new young people wanting to be part of this great industry, making the products of tomorrow.