December 8 - 10th, 2015 — Las Vegas Convention Centre , Las Vegas, Nevada
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #2412
November 9 - 12th, 2015 — McCormick Place , Chicago, Illinois
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #N28011
September 28 - October 1st, 2015 — International Center , Mississauga, Ontario
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #1409
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June 9 - 11th, 2015 — Calgary, Alberta
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #5151
May 31 - June 3rd, 2015 — Saint John Trade & Convention Centre , Saint John, New Brunswick
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #13
March 23 - 26th, 2015 — McCormick Place , Chicago, Illinois
Liburdi exhibited in Booth #588 at the Canadian Pavilion
February 10 - 11th, 2015 — San Diego, California
January 5th, 2011 — Hamilton , Canada
The Hamilton based engineering company's newest automated welding system continues the tradition of high-tech manufacturing in the city. January 05, 2011
January 2nd, 2011 — Dundas , Canada
While the Chalk River Nuclear Reactor was unexpectedly shut down for repairs, the world waited for medical isotopes. A global search for expert resources led AECL to Liburdi Automation Inc.
At this Innovation Breakfast we were pleased to welcome Robert Pistor, Managing Director of Liburdi Automation Inc. to tell the story of how one local company turned a national emergency into an engineering success.
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November 25th, 2010 — Toronto , Canada
for the NRU reactor program in Chalk River Canada. This award is given to only one supplier per year that exemplifies excellence in technology and support to the AECL organization.
The celebration Dinner and awards were held in Toronto on November 25 2010.
October 25th, 2010 — Stoney Creek , Canada
Liburdi Automation Inc has moved into a new building at - 1230 South Service Road Stoney Creek, Ontario Telephone 905-689-0734
The new expanded facilities in Stoney Creek offer exceptional access to the major highways in the region while being closer to the Buffalo International Airport (approximately 40 minutes by car).
These new facilities have an enhanced manufacturing layout to facilitate the assembly and testing of robotic & orbital welding systems for aerospace and nuclear applications.