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  • CCC Signs Contract with Peru to Improve its Military Personnel Training Facility - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    Peruvian Ministry of Defence for the delivery of innovative training programs by Lab Volt Limited of Québec City Québec This contract represents the first phase of a 34 4 million project by Lab Volt to equip the new Institute with the most up to date and effective training systems available today CCC s relationship with the Ministry of Defence in Peru has developed with trust over the past two years said Pierre Alarie Vice President of Business Development at CCC We are very proud that the Peruvian Government has found in CCC a reliable partner that is able to assist the Ministry of Defence with Canadian solutions to its various procurements needs The contract will see Lab Volt Limited deliver laboratories and classroom material for the Instituto Superior Tecnológico de las Fuerzas Armadas which trains military personnel returning to civilian life It is expected that for this first phase technology transfer and staff development will begin in early in 2014 Lab Volt s training programs are specially designed for teaching and include integrated systems of hands on trainers simulation software student manuals and work centers and instructor demonstration materials For more information about Lab Volt please visit www labvolt ca

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/ccc-signs-contract-with-peru-to-improve-its-military-personnel-training-facility (2016-02-07)
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  • Minister Fast Welcomes Arrival of Mexican C-130K Hercules Aircraft - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    130K Hercules Aircraft Minister Fast Welcomes Arrival of Mexican C 130K Hercules Aircraft December 18 2013 CCC B C company to benefit from jobs providing maintenance services to Mexican Air Force The Honourable Ed Fast Minister of International Trade today welcomed the arrival of two C 130K Hercules aircraft at Cascade Aerospace in Abbotsford British Columbia Under a contract negotiated between the National Defense Secretariat of Mexico and CCC Cascade Aerospace will modernize maintain repair and overhaul the two planes This contract represents 70 full time jobs at Cascade over the next year and will sustain 100 high value jobs at Cascade with local suppliers in the defence and aerospace field and in other sectors Quick facts According to the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries Canada s defence and security sector employs approximately 109 000 people Almost three quarters of aerospace sector output is exported with exports valued at more than 15 billion in 2012 Aerospace is Canada s largest exporter of leading edge technology ranked third worldwide in civil aircraft production Since NAFTA came into force in 1994 Canada and Mexico s bilateral merchandise trade has grown more than sixfold surpassing 30 billion annually in 2011 and

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/minister-fast-welcomes-arrival-of-mexican-c-130k-hercules-aircraft (2016-02-07)
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  • Canada and U.S. Defence Cooperation - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Events Annual Public Meeting Buyers Exporters Menu Close Home Industries and Markets Buyers Exporters Home News 2013 Canada and U S Defence Cooperation Canada and U S Defence Cooperation December 04 2013 CCC Mr Jacques Greffe Vice President Defence and Contract Management at CCC CCC recently supported an important event at the Canadian Embassy in Washington where senior military leaders from the Department of National Defence and the U S Department of Defense U S DoD met Mr Jacques Greffe Vice President Defence and Contract Management at CCC emphasized that the CCC and our contracting work is an integral element of Canada U S defence cooperation As the largest security and defence buyer in the world the U S is a vital market for Canadian companies selling internationally CCC plays an active role in managing this valued relationship and keeping the market open to Canadian enterprises Every year CCC manages an average of 1 billion in contracts for goods and services to be delivered by Canadian companies to the U S DoD and NASA What s happening at CCC Media Contact CCC Communications Department communications ccc ca Upcoming Events 16 Feb Singapore Airshow 2016 Singapore

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/canada-and-us-defence-cooperation (2016-02-07)
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  • Canada Strengthens Defence and Security Ties With Mexico - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    of Mexico SEDENA signed a contract to provide maintenance repair and overhaul services by Cascade Aerospace of Abbotsford British Columbia to the Mexican Air Force This contract will sustain 100 high value added jobs in Canada in the defence and aerospace field The contract was signed under the Memorandum of Understanding MOU between CCC and SEDENA which took effect on October 25 2013 The MOU is intended to facilitate procurement

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/canada-strengthens-defence-and-security-ties-with-mexico (2016-02-07)
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  • Notice of Vacancy - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    management experience in a large private and or public organization preferably with a strong international business exports focus including the management of human and financial resources as well as experience in managing a sales business development organization particularly with an international focus Experience in strategic management business development and those management techniques which promote good governance and improve organizational performance and proven senior level decision making experience with respect to complex and sensitive issues are also desired The ideal candidate would have experience dealing with senior level government officials and or public policy issues and in building and maintaining productive and effective multipartite relationships with partner organizations and diverse stakeholders including at the international level Experience working with or reporting to a board of directors as well as experience dealing with defence security infrastructure and defence construction industries would be considered assets The ideal candidate would possess knowledge of the Canadian Commercial Corporation s mandate business activities and public policy issues as well as its governing legislation including the Canadian Commercial Corporation Act and the Financial Administration Act He or she would have knowledge of international business exporting at the senior management level and knowledge of sound governance and management principles and practices including risk management Knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the chairperson the board of directors and the president chief executive officer of a corporation is also desired Knowledge of the issues and concerns facing small medium Canadian businesses regarding development opportunities in the international export marketplace would be considered an asset The ideal candidate would have the ability to identify analyze and define priorities and strategies and provide the corporate vision leadership and strategic direction needed for the Canadian Commercial Corporation to attain its mandate and objectives In addition he or she would have the ability to work under considerable pressure and make decisions in the face of competing interests and time constraints while simultaneously managing a number of complex issues The ability to anticipate emerging issues and develop strategies that enable the CCC to capitalize on opportunities resolve issues and derive benefits from organizational development as well as superior analytical and conceptual skills and the ability to think creatively are desired The ideal candidate would possess the ability to focus the energies and talents of the CCC s employees and motivate them to achieve corporate objectives in addition to the ability to facilitate consensus manage conflicts and reconcile divergent positions He or she would have the ability to develop effective working relationships with a board of directors the Minister and his her Office the Deputy Minister and the CCC s partners and stakeholders and possess superior communication skills both written and oral and the ability to act as a spokesperson in representing the Canadian Commercial Corporation with stakeholders media public institutions governments and other organizations The ideal candidate would be a strategic and innovative leader possessing sound judgement high ethical standards and integrity as well as superior interpersonal skills He or she would act with

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/notice-of-vacancy (2016-02-07)
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  • CCC and the Barbados Water Authority Sign a Key Contract - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    Caribbean Mr Luc Allary CCC Regional Director of Business Development for Central America and the Caribbean Dr Atlee Brathwaite Chairman of the Barbados Water Authority Dr the Honourable David Estwick Minister of Agriculture Food Fisheries and Water Resource Management CCC and the Barbados Water Authority sign a key contract towards enhanced customer service and improved revenue generation The Canadian Commercial Corporation and the Barbados Water Authority have negotiated an agreement to modernize the institutional setting of the water and sanitation sector in Barbados and improve the efficiency of operations A strategic contract was signed on October 17 2013 by Dr Atlee Brathwaite Chairman of the Barbados Water Authority and Luc Allary Regional Director of Business Development for Central America and the Caribbean The signing was witnessed by Dr the Honourable David Estwick Minister of Agriculture Food Fisheries and Water Resource Management and Mr Richard Hanley Canada s High Commissioner to Barbados The contract will allow for the roll out of almost 100 000 smart meters across the island which will provide customers with an improved system to monitor water consumption and provide them with better real time information on consumption patterns and for what they are billed Acting as prime

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/ccc-and-the-bwa-sign-a-key-contract (2016-02-07)
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  • CCC Promotes Canadian Defence and Security Innovation at DSEI London - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    September 09 2013 CCC London UK The Canadian Commercial Corporation CCC will form part of the Government of Canada s delegation attending the Defence Security and Equipment International DSEI exhibition in London UK from 10 13 September 2013 The Government of Canada s delegation of 11 departments is led by the Honourable Michelle Rempel Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification and is joined by 17 Canadian exhibitors and 120 Canadian companies at the Canada Pavilion for the world s largest fully integrated defence and security exhibition The Canada Pavilion provides a venue at the exhibition for Canadian companies and industry to showcase their capabilities through presentations demonstrations and tours In conjunction with the Government of Canada partners the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries CADSI and Canadian companies CCC will contribute to a series of presentations events and discussions hosted at the Canada Pavilion including a briefing on defence acquisition from Canada on a government to government basis and a session on CCC support for sales of defence crown assets internationally Canada s defence and security sector is recognized worldwide for the highly specialized products and services it develops CCC is proud to be taking part in the Canadian delegation to support the Canadian defence and security industry at this key event allowing Canadian companies to compete and win amongst the best in the world You can join the Canadian delegation at the DSEI Canada Pavilion along with CADSI and Government of Canada partners Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Canada Economic Development Agency for the Regions of Quebec Defence Research and Development Canada Export Development Canada Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario Department of Foreign Affairs Trade and Development Canada Industry Canada Department of National Defence Public Works and Government Services Canada Western Economic Diversification Canada For further

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/ccc-promotes-canadian-defence-and-security-innovation-at-dsei-london (2016-02-07)
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  • Five tips for doing business with a foreign power - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    Meeting Buyers Exporters Menu Close Home Industries and Markets Buyers Exporters Home News 2013 Five tips for doing business with a foreign power Five tips for doing business with a foreign power July 10 2013 CCC The Canadian Commercial Corporation shares insights on how to sell goods and services to overseas governments Doing business with foreign governments is a daunting prospect Although the payoff can be high so are the stakes Complex procurement guidelines and changing political winds can frustrate even the most diligent companies Foreign powers are usually shopping for infrastructure national security and defence so a company s offerings need to have maximum utility in these sectors The Canadian Commercial Corporation CCC a Crown corporation that acts as Canada s international contracting and procurement agency is involved in many of Canada s big deals in 2011 2012 CCC signed 1 76 billion in contracts setting up relationships between 218 Canadian companies and governments in 54 different countries Susannah Denovan Fortier director of strategic business development and marketing at CCC shared five tips for winning contracts from foreign powers and how to manage these complex relationship What s happening at CCC Media Contact CCC Communications Department communications ccc ca

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2013/five-tips-for-doing-business-with-a-foreign-power (2016-02-07)
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