• Rickford rains $7.9 million in provincial funding on Sudbury and northeast mining, forestry companies

    Rickford rains $7.9 million in provincial funding on Sudbury and northeast mining, forestry companies

    Some Sudbury industrial supply and service companies are taking home the bulk of more than $7.9 million in announced provincial funding. Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry Minister Greg Rickford delivered the news in Sudbury, July 19. According to his ministry, this money supports 112 jobs in the Sudbury and Algoma regions. The money…Read More »
  • Despite pandemic, SudburyRocks raises more than $70,000

    Despite pandemic, SudburyRocks raises more than $70,000

    Runners and walkers from all over the province (and sprinkled throughout the world) hit their own streets on Sunday, May 30, to take part in the virtual SudburyROCKS!!! Marathon. These dedicated supporters raised $71,930 for the Northern Cancer Foundation. Last year, SudburyROCKS and the NCF adopted the hashtag #RunningforSteve in memory of Steve Matusch, SudburyROCKS…Read More »
  • Ionic Technology Group wins Canadian Business Excellence Award

    Ionic Technology Group wins Canadian Business Excellence Award

    The Ionic Technology Group received national recognition June 9 and was named one of the recipients of the Canadian Business Excellence Awards for Private Businesses. The award recognizes businesses that demonstrate a strategic approach to improving performance, achieving goals, and promoting a healthy work environment. “My late husband, Steve Matusch, started Ionic Engineering in our…Read More »
  • Sudbury technology firm lauded for business excellence

    Sudbury technology firm lauded for business excellence

    Ionic Technology Group is among 26 private Canadian businesses to be awarded for their overall business performance. The Sudbury-based mining service firm has received a Canadian Business Excellence Award from Excellence Canada, a national corporation that assists private businesses in continuous quality improvement. To be eligible, Canadian-owned and controlled companies must have been in operation…Read More »
  • Enhancing worker safety with technology

    Enhancing worker safety with technology

    While automation has been transforming manufacturing plants for decades, automation of safety is now coming into its own. By automating manual safety-related processes using a variety of technologies and approaches, workers in pulp and paper mills are much better protected. And, because they save time, these automated approaches also boost plant productivity. Here are the…Read More »
  • MineConnect Hall of Fame 2020 Inductees Announced!

    MineConnect Hall of Fame 2020 Inductees Announced!

    The leaders in the mining supply and service industry have proven that mining is only as efficient and productive as the quality of products and services provided from mining supply companies. Over 400 Northern Ontario mining supply and service companies can boast of their historical influence in mining camps worldwide and their significant employment opportunities…Read More »
  • Inductees named for 2020 mining service hall of fame

    Inductees named for 2020 mining service hall of fame

    MineConnect will name two new inductees to its mining service and supply hall of fame for 2020. Steve Matusch, the founder of Ionic Technology Group, and Walter Siggelkow, founder of Hard-Line, will be honoured during the organization’s annual general meeting scheduled for March 24. The two leaders, whose companies are both based in Sudbury, will…Read More »
  • Refining an operation

    Refining an operation

    An Ontario company has custom-built an automated assembly machine that aligns with a historic copper refining process, giving it a new lease on life around the world Compared to their new cousins, older manufacturing systems are far from optimal – they’re usually labour-intensive and inefficient in a variety of ways. But these old warhorses definitely…Read More »
  • Cambrian presents Ionic Mechatronics with Employer Award of Distinction Award

    Cambrian presents Ionic Mechatronics with Employer Award of Distinction Award

    Cambrian College’s Virtual Career Fair Conference has ended on a high note for Ionic Mechatronics. At the conference closing ceremony in late February, the Lively-based Ionic was named as this year’s winner of Cambrian’s annual Employer Award of Distinction. “Ionic Mechatronics is such an amazing company and a truly valued partner of Cambrian College,” said…Read More »
  • Northern Ontario tech firms finding solutions to pandemic problems

    Northern Ontario tech firms finding solutions to pandemic problems

    A technology developed in Sudbury is being used to stop the spread of COVID-19. It’s a cellphone app called Therm-assure, which can scan people to tell if they have an increased body temperature. It’s being used to check employees at mine sites around the world and at i-Regained, a Sudbury firm developing a device to…Read More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics Named Winner of 2021 Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction

    Ionic Mechatronics Named Winner of 2021 Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction

    Cambrian College’s Virtual Career Fair Conference has ended on a high note for Ionic Mechatronics. Today at the Conference closing ceremony, Ionic was named as this year’s winner of Cambrian’s annual Employer Award of Distinction. “Ionic Mechatronics is such and amazing company and a truly valued partner of Cambrian College,” says Renee Scott, Cambrian’s Director…Read More »
  • Sudbury mining supplier recognized for education efforts

    Sudbury mining supplier recognized for education efforts

    A Sudbury mine supplier has been recognized by the local college for its contributions to the educational efforts of postsecondary students. Ionic Mechatronics, which specializes in automation and robotics for mining and other industries, has been named an Employer of Distinction by Cambrian College. The accolade acknowledges an employer that has “demonstrated exemplary support for…Read More »
  • And the winner is… Ionic Mechatronics Chosen for Cambrian College’s Employer Award of Distinction

    And the winner is… Ionic Mechatronics Chosen for Cambrian College’s Employer Award of Distinction

    Cambrian College’s Virtual Career Fair Conference has ended on a high note for Ionic Mechatronics. Today at the Conference closing ceremony, Ionic was named as this year’s winner of Cambrian’s annual Employer Award of Distinction. “Ionic Mechatronics is such and amazing company and a truly valued partner of Cambrian College,” says Renee Scott, Cambrian’s Director…Read More »
  • Sudbury mining supplier recognized for education efforts

    Sudbury mining supplier recognized for education efforts

    A Sudbury mine supplier has been recognized by the local college for its contributions to the educational efforts of postsecondary students. Ionic Mechatronics, which specializes in automation and robotics for mining and other industries, has been named an Employer of Distinction by Cambrian College. The accolade acknowledges an employer that has “demonstrated exemplary support for…Read More »
  • The Drift: Bustling business necessitates expansion for Sudbury mechatronics firm

    The Drift: Bustling business necessitates expansion for Sudbury mechatronics firm

    On multiple occasions over the last five years, the fabrication shop at Ionic Mechatronics was filled to capacity with ongoing projects, to the point that the Sudbury-based mining service company had considered turning down work. It was time for an expansion, said company president André Dumais. But even with the need so clearly presented, the…Read More »
  • Cambrian College Lists Finalists for Employer Award of Distinction

    Cambrian College Lists Finalists for Employer Award of Distinction

    And the nominees are… Cambrian College Names Finalists for Employer Award of Distinction. SUDBURY – A telecommunications company, a recruiting agency, and an engineering firm are the three finalists for this year’s Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction. The Award is given out every year at Cambrian’s Career Fair Conference, in recognition of an employer…Read More »
  • Cambrian announces finalists for Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction

    Cambrian announces finalists for Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction

    And the nominees are… Cambrian College Names Finalists for Employer Award of Distinction. SUDBURY – A telecommunications company, a recruiting agency, and an engineering firm are the three finalists for this year’s Cambrian College Employer Award of Distinction. The Award is given out every year at Cambrian’s Career Fair Conference, in recognition of an employer…Read More »
  • Laurentian, Cambrian rank among top 50 for research

    Laurentian, Cambrian rank among top 50 for research

    Laurentian University has once again ranked among Canada’s Top 50 Research Universities, and Cambrian has once again earned a spot among Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges. The lists are compiled every year by Research Infosource, a research and consulting firm specializing in colleges, universities and hospitals. It ranks by research income generated during the previous…Read More »
  • Safety-rated lockout system wins plaudits at IMII innovation awards

    Safety-rated lockout system wins plaudits at IMII innovation awards

    Sudbury-based SafeBox has won the International Mineral Innovation Institute (IMII) Innovation Award for Best Safety Innovation Product. This award, presented on behalf of IMII and the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum, follows a nomination by EECOL Electric. Gabriel Janakaraj, Business Development Manager for SafeBox, said: “We at SafeBox and Ionic are excited to receive this…Read More »
  • Sudbury company wins award for Best Safety Innovation Product

    Sudbury company wins award for Best Safety Innovation Product

    On December 2, SafeBox was the recipient of the International Mineral Innovation Institute (IMII) Innovation Award for Best Safety Innovation Product. This award was presented on behalf of IMII and the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum. SafeBox was nominated by EECOL Electric. “We at SafeBox and Ionic are excited to receive this award. As a…Read More »
  • Sudbury mine tech company wins safety innovation award

    Sudbury mine tech company wins safety innovation award

    A safety device developed by a Sudbury mining supplier has won an international innovation award for its energy isolation technology. SafeBox is the recipient of the International Mineral Innovation Institute for Best Safety Innovation Product. The award was presented, virtually, on behalf of the institute and the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum. SafeBox was nominated…Read More »
  • Sudbury mine tech company wins safety innovation award

    Sudbury mine tech company wins safety innovation award

    A safety device developed by a Sudbury mining supplier has won an international innovation award for its energy isolation technology. SafeBox is the recipient of the International Mineral Innovation Institute for Best Safety Innovation Product. The award was presented, virtually, on behalf of the institute and the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum. SafeBox was nominated…Read More »
  • Isolating power, safely: New lockout/tagout system wins big

    Isolating power, safely: New lockout/tagout system wins big

    A new technology developed by Ionic Mechatronics in Sudbury, Ontario is being recognized by industry for eliminating downtime spent doing manual lockout/tagout procedures at industrial plants. SafeBox is a lockout system for heavy industries – such as industrial manufacturing, mining and pulp and paper – that mechanically isolates energy sources from a single lockout point,…Read More »
  • Sudbury businesses come through to help Cambrian College students

    Sudbury businesses come through to help Cambrian College students

    As COVID-19 puts a strain on postsecondary students around the world, Sudbury businesses came through to help those at Cambrian College as part of Giving Tuesday. Cambrian College announced in a news release on Wednesday it received $83,546 in donations during this year’s annual campaign. Giving Tuesday is a global charitable movement in its eighth…Read More »
  • Sudbury photo: Rocks virtual marathon raises $77,000

    Sudbury photo: Rocks virtual marathon raises $77,000

    The SudburyROCKS!!! Marathon Organizing Committee and the Northern Cancer Foundation announce the 2020 Virtual SudburyROCKS!!! Marathon has raised $77,000 for the Northern Cancer Foundation. #RunningForSteve (left to right): Andre Dumais, President of Ionic Mechatronics and 2020 SudburyROCKS!!! Top Pledge Earner; Anthony Keating, president and CDO of Foundations and Volunteer Groups at HSN; and Vince Perdue,…Read More »
  • Virtual run, real dollars: SudburyROCKS!! raises $77K

    Virtual run, real dollars: SudburyROCKS!! raises $77K

    Runners and walkers from across Ontario and beyond hit the streets to take part in the SudburyROCKS!!! first ever virtual marathon on Oct. 25. The campaign raised a total of $77,000 in support of the Northern Cancer Foundation (NCF). This year presented a number of challenges to the annual race such as the change of…Read More »
  • How this Sudbury man is honouring his friend by running

    How this Sudbury man is honouring his friend by running

    In the last few days of Steve Matusch’s life, he had a conversation with his friend Andre Dumais about the importance of keeping the Sudbury Rocks! race going. Matusch was the founder of the annual Sudbury Rocks race and died earlier this year after getting a rare disease that left him with liver cancer. “He…Read More »
  • Remembering Steve Matusch, Sudbury Rocks! race founder

    Remembering Steve Matusch, Sudbury Rocks! race founder

    As the annual Sudbury Rocks race draws closer, many are taking time to remember the man who founded the race. Steve Matusch started the race in 2005 but recently developed primary sclerosing cholangitis, which led to a rare and aggressive form of liver cancer. He died on March 11 at the age of 52. Matusch’s…Read More »
  • Sudbury Rocks! race donating proceeds to Northern Cancer Foundation

    Sudbury Rocks! race donating proceeds to Northern Cancer Foundation

    Each year at the Sudbury ROCKS! race, Tannys Laughren waits at the finish line, cheering on participants as they finish their race. But this year, people like Laughren will be cheering the runners on virtually, as the event is now online. Laughren is the executive director of the Northern Cancer Foundation — the organization that…Read More »
  • Runners gear up to take part in virtual Sudbury Rocks! Race

    Runners gear up to take part in virtual Sudbury Rocks! Race

    Each year, thousands of runners lace up in Sudbury and take part in the annual Sudbury Rocks! race, but like most events, COVID-19 has changed plans for the event this year. The race usually takes place in the spring and shuts down streets throughout the community. This year, runners will take part virtually this Sunday.…Read More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics president Andre Dumais quoted in MACLEANS Magazine

    Ionic Mechatronics president Andre Dumais quoted in MACLEANS Magazine

    Automation is often discussed in alarmist terms—at least, when it comes to employment. A headline-grabbing 2018 RBC report found that at least half of Canadian jobs will be impacted, if not altogether eliminated, by automation. But the report also suggested that skills that machines are not (yet, at least) adapted to will become increasingly valuable…Read More »
  • SudburyROCKS Goes Virtual

    SudburyROCKS Goes Virtual

    Participate or support through donating to either Andre Dumais or Greg Williams… every bit helps, no matter the amount.Read More »
  • Chamber honours Sudbury businesses, entrepreneurs at Bell awards

    Chamber honours Sudbury businesses, entrepreneurs at Bell awards

    The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce honoured 10 of Greater Sudbury’s outstanding entrepreneurs and businesses this week at an online show of its 23rd-annual Bell Business Excellence Awards. For the past 22 years, the chamber has hosted the awards as an opportunity to not only acknowledge the contributions of our community’s business owners, but to…Read More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics featured in NPI-Success Stories From The North

    Ionic Mechatronics featured in NPI-Success Stories From The North

    Marketing a new product in the middle of a public health crisis is no easy task. Ionic Mechatronics, a company that specializes in the creation of high-quality equipment, took on this challenge to create a product that would help their clients stay in business.  They created Therm-Assure in partnership with Synaptic Technologies (Synaptic Technologies is…Read More »
  • Sudbury’s Bell Business Excellence Award winners ecstatic

    Sudbury’s Bell Business Excellence Award winners ecstatic

    SUDBURY — Tuesday evening, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce hosted the 23rd annual Bell Business Excellence Awards. The event was held as a way to acknowledge local businesses and entrepreneurs. Among the winners was Ionic Mechatronics, a local company that specializes in industrial automation for medium and heavy industries. It won the innovation award…Read More »
  • Sudbury chamber celebrates business excellence

    Sudbury chamber celebrates business excellence

    “Innovation is of no use if there’s no one to use it.” André Dumais invoked those words from Ionic Mechatronics founder Steve Matusch on Tuesday night as he accepted the Innovation Award on behalf of the company during the 2020 Bell Business Excellence Awards, presented by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce. Matusch died in…Read More »
  • First-of-its-kind machine brings robotics to copper refining

    First-of-its-kind machine brings robotics to copper refining

    Ionic Mechatronics in Sudbury is infusing an old copper-refining technology with new life, increasing safety and efficiency in the process. Later this month, the firm will roll out an automated copper starter sheet machine that uses robotics in the transfer of all copper material, which the company says is the first of its kind in…Read More »
  • Morning North Interview

    Morning North Interview

    Two scholarships have been established in the name of the late Steve Matusch of Sudbury leaving a legacy, and building the future. Sudbury’s Steve Matusch died in March, and now two scholarships have been established in his name. Andre Dumais is General Manager of Ionic Mechatronics, the company Matusch founded in the late 90s. He…Read More »
  • CTV Scholarship Interview

    CTV Scholarship Interview

    IONIC Mechatronics has set up scholarships for the mechatronics programs at Laurentian University and Cambrian College.Read More »
  • Remembering Steve Matusch: New scholarships created for LU and Cambrian

    Remembering Steve Matusch: New scholarships created for LU and Cambrian

    Ionic Mechatronics in Sudbury has created new scholarships in memory of the company’s founder, Steve Matusch, who died in March from cancer that developed from a rare liver disease. “Though we grieve the loss of our founder and mentor, we are excited to help build the next generation of automation experts,” said the company in…Read More »
  • Scholarships pay tribute to Sudbury innovator

    Scholarships pay tribute to Sudbury innovator

    When Steve Matusch passed away back in March, his family, friends and colleagues would have liked to do more to celebrate his life. “He has been sorely missed,” said Andre Dumais, general manager at Ionic Mechatronics, the Lively based engineering company Matusch founded in the late 1990s. “It was a weird time, because this whole…Read More »
  • Automated bulk bagging and palletizing system

    Automated bulk bagging and palletizing system

    Vale and IONIC Engineering have designed a material handling system capable of packaging the concentrate into bulk bags at a rate of 24 to 32 tonnes per hour by integrating a Flexicon automated bulk bag filling system. To handle the volume, Francois Nzotungwanimana, Operations Manager at Ionic Engineering and Project Engineer on the bulk bagging…Read More »
  • Taking Intelligence Underground

    Taking Intelligence Underground

    First-of-its-kind ore handling solution puts safety first at one of the world’s largest copper and gold mines Mining companies are digging deeper than ever. And to maximize output, what starts as a pit mine often extends underground. “As mines get deeper, extraction of valuable ore becomes more costly,” said Derek Meloche, manager of business development,…Read More »
  • SudburyROCKS to support cancer foundation, move to May 31

    SudburyROCKS to support cancer foundation, move to May 31

    SudburyROCKS will support the Northern Cancer Foundation with its 2020 marathon, with a new race date of May 31. “We’re excited to bring the SudburyROCKS Marathon to a new date,” said Brent Walker, race director for SudburyROCKS, at a press conference at Health Sciences North on Tuesday. “We’re hoping it brings warmer weather, more runners…Read More »
  • Sudbury tech company says its sending world’s largest ore chute to Mongolia

    Sudbury tech company says its sending world’s largest ore chute to Mongolia

    Variant Mining Technologies is calling it the biggest ore chute in the world. The Sudbury-based company said it built the chute for Rio Tinto’s Oyu Tolgoi mine— a combined underground and open pit copper mine in the Gobi Desert. A chute is used to safely control the flow of rock from an ore pass to…Read More »
  • World’s largest ore chute created in Sudbury

    World’s largest ore chute created in Sudbury

    A manufacturing shop in Greater Sudbury has created the largest ore chute in the world, which will soon be shipped out and installed in one of the largest copper and gold mining operations in the world, the Rio Tinto Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia. The massive steel chute, as big as a house and with…Read More »
  • Ionic Mountain Bike Tour raises $39,000 for bladder cancer diagnosis, treatment

    Ionic Mountain Bike Tour raises $39,000 for bladder cancer diagnosis, treatment

    A sun-soaked Naughton Trail Centre hosted their 8th annual Ionic Mountain Bike Tour Sunday, raising $39,000 for bladder cancer diagnosis and treatment at the Northeast Cancer Centre. Since being introduced as a component of the Sudbury Fitness Challenge, the Ionic Mountain Bike Tour has attracted crowds of participants, representing a wide variety of ages and fitness…Read More »
  • Cyclists set to hit the Naughton Trail in support of NCF

    Cyclists set to hit the Naughton Trail in support of NCF

    The Ionic Mountain Bike Tour 2019 is ready to hit to the trails at the Naughton Trail Centre this weekend in support of Bladder Cancer Technology at the Northeast Cancer Centre. This will be the eighth year for the Mountain Bike Tour and the second year in a row that the proceeds will be donated…Read More »
  • SAMSSA Member Ionic re-branded to better serve customers

    SAMSSA Member Ionic re-branded to better serve customers

    We are very excited to unveil a whole new look; Ionic Engineering will now be known as Ionic Mechatronics. For more than 20 years Ionic has been providing industrial automation services to a wide range of industries, but our client’s have struggled to understand exactly who we are.  We are engineers at our core, but…Read More »
  • Ionic Technologies gives back to the community

    Ionic Technologies gives back to the community

    Ionic Technologies donates $100,000 to the non profit food bank that helps thousands of Sudbury’s less fortunate.Read More »
  • Thousands of Sudburians hit the streets … just for the health of it

    Thousands of Sudburians hit the streets … just for the health of it

    by: Keira Ferguson This afternoon with the wind at their backs, some 2,000 Sudburians of all fitness levels took their place on the starting line in front of Memorial Park downtown for the 14th annual SudburyROCKS!! Race, Run, Walk For The Health Of It. For many years branded the Race, Walk, Run For Diabetes, SudburyRocks!!…Read More »
  • Presenting Sponsor of SudburyRocks!!!

    Presenting Sponsor of SudburyRocks!!!

    Ionic Technology Group will once again be the Presenting Sponsor of the 2019 SudburyRocks!!! Race, run or walk for diabetes. Sudburyrocks!!! is entering into an adventurous new chapter with our run. We are teaming up with 2 local dynamic charities to help drive our event and make an even greater impact in the community. Health…Read More »
  • Event to raise funds for bladder cancer tech

    Event to raise funds for bladder cancer tech

    by Ryan Lougheed. My name is Ryan Lougheed, citizen of Sudbury, and an average Joe. On Nov. 10, 2017, my entire world changed and for the “better” when I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. One might ask why this day, when the world dropped out from under me, would I ever recognize it as changing…Read More »
  • Ionic Mountain Bike Tour kicks off seventh year

    Ionic Mountain Bike Tour kicks off seventh year

    by: Sudbury.com Staff. The trails were in great shape at the Naughton Trail Centre as the Northern Cancer Foundation, Walden Mountain Bike Club and Ionic Mechatronics gathered to kick off promotion for the Ionic Mountain Bike Tour 2018. This will be the seventh year for the Mountain Bike Tour. Typically, the winner of the tour…Read More »
  • Generations Of Miners Face The Future Of Automation Deep Underground

    Generations Of Miners Face The Future Of Automation Deep Underground

    by Mary Katherine Keown. SUDBURY, Ont. — Mickey O’Brien enjoys the daily grind of taking a deep dive to the centre of the earth. A proud third-generation miner, O’Brien works 10-hour shifts at Vale’s Copper Cliff Mine in Sudbury, Ont. After suiting up and assembling, he and his co-workers break into several crews to begin…Read More »
  • CEMI Board of Directors

    CEMI Board of Directors

    Steve Matusch President Ionic Mechatronics Innovation Steve has over 21 years of experience as an electrical engineer, mechanical engineer and 14 years as a business owner and entrepreneur. Steve began his career with Linamar Corporation, first as a production machinist (Engineer in Training), advancing to Project Engineer, Materials Manager and Plant Manager. For three years,…Read More »
  • Presenting Sponsor of SudburyRocks!!!

    Presenting Sponsor of SudburyRocks!!!

    Ionic Technology Group will once again be the Presenting Sponsor of the 2018 SudburyRocks!!! Race, run or walk for diabetes. Visit www.sudburyrocksmarathon.comRead More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics Limited  offers FREE electric car charging station

    Ionic Mechatronics Limited offers FREE electric car charging station

    At Ionic we take our commitment to technology seriously! Anybody with an electric vehicle in need of a quick charge can visit our location at 95 Mumford Road in Lively, Ontario. Our charging station is available 24/7. The use of the charger is absolutely free, however, if you feel so inclined, we accept donations to…Read More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics  issues challenge ahead of Sudbury Fitness Challenge

    Ionic Mechatronics issues challenge ahead of Sudbury Fitness Challenge

    Source: Sudbury.com Staff The Walden Mountain Bike Club is hosting its annual Sudbury Fitness Challenge on July 23 at their trails in Naughton. This year’s event will feature a corporate challenge that has been issued by event sponsor Ionic Mechatronics Ltd. “We have decided to step it up a bit by introducing a corporate challenge,”…Read More »
  • Engineering machine safety mitigates hazards

    Engineering machine safety mitigates hazards

    by Walter Franczyk. Ontario mining operations rang in 2017 with new safety measures made mandatory by the provincial government. Effective January 1, amendments to Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act require employers to assess risks in the workplace and identify potential hazards that could harm or make workers ill. “It will affect all mines and…Read More »
  • IONIC and CAID Announce Formal Partnership

    IONIC and CAID Announce Formal Partnership

    Ionic Mechatronics is pleased to announce a formal technical alliance with CAID Industries, Inc. of Tucson, Arizona. This technical alliance is in response to our client’s need for a full solution OEM and service provider for copper tankhouse technologies, including high performance cathodes, state of the art robotic cathode stripping machines, as well as other…Read More »
  • Ionic Named 2015 Company of the Year

    Ionic Named 2015 Company of the Year

    Fifteen years ago, Ionic Mechatronics set out to provide the best innovative solutions to problems faced by industry. Now, the company has expanded to three locations in Ontario, employing 70 people and generating tens of millions in annual revenue. Originally founded by Steve Matusch, the Ionic Group of Companies is comprised of five divisions: Ionic…Read More »
  • Ionic Mechatronics shows off uranium packager

    Ionic Mechatronics shows off uranium packager

    by Norm Tollinsky Ionic Mechatronics, a Sudbury-based manufacturer of automated industrial equipment, held an open house earlier this summer to show off a uranium packaging system it designed and built for Areva Resources in McArthur River, Saskatchewan. The automated system loads uranium oxide into drums without the dust and spillage that occurred using previous loading…Read More »
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