Free tour of Surrey manufacturers on Friday

A free tour in Surrey on Friday (Oct. 3) is aimed at "job seekers, students and those interested in innovative manufacturing."

A number of Surrey-based manufacturing businesses will open their doors for the industry tour, organized by Surrey Board of Trade in association with the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters B.C. and other partners.

The day-long tour, free of charge and open to the public, starts and ends at Surrey City Hall. Stops on the tour include Advanced Wire Products, Endurance Wind Power, Columbia Plastics, Wellons Canada and SFU Surrey campus.

To register for the tour, click here.

October is known as National Manufacturing Month in Canada. Friday’s tour follows a networking reception planned for today (Thursday, Oct. 2). 

"Surrey is a vibrant centre of manufacturing and we are proud to work with partners to showcase the strength of our local manufacturing sector," stated Anita Huberman, CEO of Surrey Board of Trade.


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