Howmet Georgetown Casting
Address: 93 Mountainview Rd. N. Contact: Bryan Clare

Title: Manager

Georgetown ON L7G 4J6 Tel.: (905) 877-6936

  Fax: (905) 877-6938

Tel: 905-877-6936

Fax: 905-877-6938
A Summary of the Company's Military Products and/or Services:
Manufactures small- to medium-sized, extremely complex high-technology nonferrous, aluminum, titanium and
copper-based alloy castings used in military jet aircraft engines.
About the Business
Year Established: 1963
Primary Industry:
Steel Foundries

Total Sales: $10 million - $25 million
Exports: $500,000 - $1 million
Employees: 125
Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI)
(This government-funded lobby group organises CANSEC, Canada's largest annual military trade show.)
Member 2011: -- Member 2010: -- CANSEC 2010 Exhibitor: --
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Member 2009 or before: --
Exports to Governments in the Middle East and North Africa
This company reports "Export Experience" (EE) and/or is "Actively Pursuing" (AP) such exports.
Algeria Iraq Lebanon Palestine Tunisia
Bahrain Israel EE
Libya Qatar Turkey
Egypt Jordan Morocco Saudi Arabia UAE
Iran Kuwait Oman Syria Yemen
(Data on "EE" and "AP" status is from Industry Canada's "Canadian Company Capabilities" database.)

Canadian Military Exports
to the Mideast & North Africa

Details $1.8 Billion in Canadian military exports to 16 countries in the region between 1990 and 2006.

Canadian Small Arms Exports
to the Middle East & North Africa
Canadian small arms, light weapons and ammunition exports to 19 countries in the region between 1980 and 2009.

Canadian Munitions Firms
Exporting to Middle East
& North Africa
Twenty Canadian munitions/ammunition manufacturers and their exports to countries in the region.

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Inspired by popular revolutions and protests throughout the Middle East and North
Africa, COAT has produced dozens of data tables exposing Canadian military exports
to the region.  For decades, Canadian governments -- Conservative & Liberal alike --
have preached peace and human rights while facilitating a steady flow of arms,
ammunition, tear gas, battle vehicles, and other military and police products, to
repressive, undemocratic regimes.  Canada is thus complicit in aiding & abetting
various U.S.-backed regimes that retain power through brute force.