Wabi locked into Trent-Severn Waterway work
by Ian Ross, Northern Ontario Business, July 13, 2018
New Liskeard fabricator Wabi Iron & Steel has landed a sizeable contract in the rehabilitation of the Trent-Severn Waterway.
Wabi supplies shaft components for Bell Creek mine
by Walter Franczyk, Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, Sept 1, 2017
Wabi Iron and Steel Corp. is helping to double gold production at the Tahoe Resources Bell Creek mine northeast of Timmins. The New Liskeard company is supplying the hoisting infrastructure for the $80 million project to deepen the Bell Creek shaft from 300 metres to about 1080 metres.
Wabi sells Lock-N-Load cage technology to Mexico
by Walter Franczyk, Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, Sept 1, 2016
A new system that can hold mine cages in place and act as an emergency brake is being deployed by Wabi Iron and Steel Corp. at a Mexican gold mine. Called Lock-N-Load, the technology is the result of nearly 16 years of research, design, and development by the New Liskeard company.
Wabi Ships 50-tonne skips to Saskatchewan
by Walter Franczyk, Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, May 23, 2013
A New Liskeard foundry that cut its metallurgical teeth in the fabled Cobalt silver camp is making history in the potash mines of Saskatchewan. The three skips – each capable of lifting 50 tonnes of potash – are part of a $1.5-billion expansion of the Vanscoy Mine.
Canada’s largest ore skips made in New Liskeard
by Liz Cowan, Northern Ontario Business, May 7, 2013
It was a first for Canada and a first for Wabi Iron and Steel Corp. in New Liskeard. In March, the company delivered the first of three 50-tonne ore skips for Agrium’s Vanscoy Mine in Saskatchewan.
Productivity that starts on the shop floor
by Greg Keenan and Brian Milner, The Globe and Mail, June 28, 2010
Lagging productivity is Canada’s No. 1 economic problem. But Wabi Iron & Steel shows that some of the solutions can be surprising simple.