Partnerships & Associations
Academic Partnerships: Turning academic research into real-world solutions
One of the key tenets of our approach to innovation and research is our partnerships with universities and health science centres. Working with the best and brightest students and professors at these institutions helps us discover solutions we might not have found on our own. It also helps our company attract and retain the best robotic and automation minds Canada has to offer.
Universities and organizations we partner with include:
Promation is developing next-generation metal additive manufacturing in collaboration with the University of Waterloo’s Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing Lab, the largest 3D printing lab in Canada.
Promation is developing a low-cost ventilator for Covid 19 patients
Collaborative work on Applicability of AM for Small Modular Reactor critical components
Collaborative work on Quality Control of AM parts for Aerospace
Supply interns, co-ops for Promation R&D
Aligning with top global robotic and automation manufacturers
To ensure our customers get the best, most durable and cost-effective solutions possible, Promation also partners with the world’s top robotic manufacturers. When you choose Promation to design a robotic solution for your plant, rest assured we only use the best robotic components available on the market.
Connecting with industry colleagues
Our membership in industry associations keeps us up to date and attuned to the needs of the clients we serve as well as alerting us to the advancements in their sectors. We believe in the strength of collaborative relationships within and beyond our community.
Indigenous Programs and Partnerships: Promoting equity and opportunity
Promation is a proud member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal business (CCAB), supporting their mission to foster sustainable business relations between First Nations, Inuit and Métis people and Canadian businesses. We are committed to promoting prosperity in Aboriginal communities through our certification in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program; and we adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a reconciliation framework ensuring equitable access to jobs, education and economic benefits in the corporate sector. Promation is committed to the belief that business can play a strong leadership role in establishing reconciliation initiatives, and we provide effective access for Indigenous-owned suppliers to our procurement opportunities.
Please visit our Contact Page to review our procurement processes.