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MFG: Made in London

Director: Kelly Peckham
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Marty Menard

Get an inside look at the manufacturing of some of the most respected brands in the world. From scoreboards in the NFL, NHL and NBA, to custom racing boats, to ready-to-drink beverages being pumped out in the millions, these products are at the top of their game. Even the locals don’t know they’re made in their backyard in London, Ontario.

To watch MFG: Made in London:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.

Episodes

Episode 1

Blackfly Beverages is a family-run company they launched their Vodka Cranberry Ready-to-Drink bottles 17 years ago, the first Ready to Drink product from the Ontario market. A massive expansion has them turning out 40-50 thousand cases of product a day as they hustle 24-7 to keep up with demand.

Episode 2

When rowers head to the podium, chances it was a Hudson Boat Works skull that got them there. This local company uses research and development, advance technology and skilled labour to produce spectacular boats that rowers rely on to compete on an international stage.

Episode 3

OES Scoreboards is a company started to make complex circuit boards in London. But when the hometown hero London Knights came calling for a new scoreboard, they jumped into the most visible and fun part of the business. Now they create scoreboards for the NHL, NBA, NFL, CFL and college fields, rinks and courts across North America.

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