Creation Technologies Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary as of March 30, 2001

Mississauga | March 10, 2001

The changeover to the new ERP system was completed over the April 1st weekend, and a happy, tired and successful Implementation Team celebrated with a pancake breakfast in the North Building Lunch Room. Great job, folks!

Wednesday afternoon soccer has started again. The volleyball team has started their season, and the slo-pitch team is celebrating a successful start to their season (Go Solderballs!).

Mississauga’s facility has just passed its 3rd year anniversary and with the ongoing addition of new staff and equipment, it is exciting to experience this continued growth. Great relationships have been developed between our vendors, customers and us, and those relationships have been blessed with the demands of new product implementation. Along with bustling launches of new products from new and existing customers and the change over to our new ERP system as shared with our Burnaby Business Units, our purchasing, engineering and production teams have been doing a great job meeting the challenges in demanding market conditions.

Have a look at our job postings in Careers to see if there’s a posting that matches your skill set; this is an exciting and fun place to work and we’d love to have you join our team!

Creation ( provides total product lifecycle solutions including turnkey design, rapid prototyping, manufacturing and fulfillment to its customers around the world. Since 1991, Creation has been focused on making it easy for OEMs to ‘say yes’ to their customers. The company of approximately 3,000 people operates nine manufacturing locations, two design centers and a rapid prototyping center in the USA, Canada, Mexico and China. Its OEM customers are in the Industrial & Instrumentation, Medical, Communications, Transportation, Aerospace, Defense & Security, and Energy & Environmental markets.

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