07 Sep Meet the Finalists for ‘Company of the Year – Export’
The Finalists for the “Company of the Year – Export” award at the 2022 TIAs are succeeding on the world stage through the export of technology developed in B.C. This award is presented in partnership with EDC.
Advanced Cyclotron Systems Inc.
In business for over 30 years, ACSI is the only Canadian company involved in the design, manufacturing, installation and servicing of medical cyclotrons for radioisotope production. The Richmond-based company has set records in every category and class of cyclotrons, including the highest production capacity, highest uptime, highest yields, and most compact high-energy solutions.
Key stat: 85 percent of the 66 ACSI cyclotrons installed globally are outside Canada (in the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Britain, Romania, Bulgaria, Taiwan, China, Japan, Thailand, India, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Bolivia).
The leading independent provider of fundamental models and data to institutional investors worldwide delivers instant access to the cleanest, richest and best-structured data available today via a database of forecast models on more than 4,000 global securities. Canalyst’s products enable investors to implement new efficiency tools into their workflows and uncover higher-conviction investment opportunities by quickly ramping up and expanding coverage.
Key stat: In 2021, 93.45 percent of Canalyst’s revenue came from outside Canada.
Pre-Launchpad, only enterprise-level and Fortune 500 companies could afford the costly platforms and services needed to digitally transform their way of working with data. Now, organizations of all sizes around the world can seamlessly connect and manage enterprise automation and data integration by leveraging Launchpad’s cloud-hosted and fully managed PaasportTM platform, as well as post-configuration services that go above and beyond by providing long-tail support as part of clients’ subscriptions.
Key stat: 68 percent of the Vancouver company’s $10-million-plus in annual revenue is generated outside Canada through export sales.
Headquartered on the University of British Columbia campus, Weir Motion Metrics uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to improve mining safety and energy efficiency. Its flagship solution, a missing tooth detection system for mining shovels and loaders, notifies mine personnel when a tooth goes missing so it can be diverted before it obstructs crushers. This tech makes mining so much safer that many Weir customers refuse to operate their equipment without it.
Key stat: Weir’s solutions have been installed at more than 70 mines worldwide and are trusted by the largest mining companies, including Anglo American, Vale, KAZ Minerals, BHP Billiton, and Newmont. International exports accounted for 96 percent of the company’s 2021 revenue.