Issue 21 - June 2024

In this issue:
June 2024 - Message from Your CAMA President
Jim Jackson, President

Since summer months are traditionally a slower period in our industry, I would like to wish everyone a more relaxed summer and to take the opportunity to enjoy the warmer weather with family and friends. Fall time will be here soon enough and business schedules will ramp up for everyone.

Golf Tournament 2024

Thank you for coming out for the 2024 Golf Tournament. The weather was with us for an excellent day at the Royal Woodbine Golf Course, with great golf and great company! Congratulations to the winners of the day!

Bottles vs. Cans: Which is Better for Your Business?
Andrew Smith, Procurement Director of Consumer-Packaged-Goods, Complete Purchasing Services Inc

In the competitive landscape of the vending industry, the choice between selling bottles and cans is a pivotal one. Soft drinks in aluminum cans have long been a symbol of refreshment and convenience, but traditional can vending equipment has been gradually on the decline. This is influenced by the suppliers involved, but also consumer changes in the Canadian marketplace.

Coffee Corner: Navigating the Coffee Price Surge: Insights for Canadian Operators

The coffee industry is undergoing significant turbulence, impacting prices globally and, consequently, in Canada. For businesses in the Canadian vending, micro market, and office coffee services sectors, understanding these dynamics is crucial for navigating the current landscape and anticipating future trends.

Tech Corner: The Rising Cost of Technology: Causes and Implications

The cost of technology has surged significantly in recent years, impacting consumers and businesses alike. Several factors contribute to this trend, from supply chain disruptions to advancements in machine complexity. Understanding these elements can help businesses better navigate the financial landscape and integrate these rising costs into their strategic plans.

Removing Language Barriers to Health & Safety Success
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)

Look around. Does your workforce include new Canadians, temporary foreign workers or individuals for whom English is their second language?
You probably do or will be employing a newcomer sometime soon, as Canada’s 2024-2026 Immigration Levels Plan seeks to welcome 500,000 new residents annually in the years to come.

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