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CME presents Diamond Jubilee medal for contribution to manufacturing

Published by Stephanie Brooks on May 30, 2012

President & CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), Jayson Myers, is awarding the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal to Auto21 CEO Peter Frise on May 30 at the Auto21 conference in Montreal.

“I am delighted to reward his dedication in educating the next generation of engineers, his leadership in Auto21, and the many valuable contributions he has made to Canada’s manufacturing and automotive sectors,” says Myers.

Upon being asked by the Governor General to nominate candidates who have made an outstanding contribution to both Canadian manufacturing and to young people, Myers says Frise was at the top of his list.

As CEO and scientific director, Frise represents the Auto21 Network of Centres of Excellence in Windsor, Ontario, which aims to create a dynamic research and development community in Canada for a sustainable and globally competitive automotive sector.

CME recognizes and appreciates the contributions made to building a more competitive automotive manufacturing industry and to developing the next generation of industry leaders in Canada.

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