About Us2020-06-25T13:28:00+00:00

About The Company

Core Tool Technologies is Ontario’s leading supplier of torque controlled, pneumatic, DC electric tools, and electro-mechanical press equipment. Our in-depth knowledge of assembly processes and direct sales link to major tool manufacturers allow us to provide expert assembly solutions and advice. Our company is an ISO 9001-2015 registered supplier of choice to the Automotive Assembly, Aerospace, Electronic and Mining Industries. Specializing in top-quality Bosch products, Core Tool Technologies is prepared to supply only the finest tools and expertise in the market. We offer solutions for a changing economy – unbiased expert advice to make you a stronger, more productive company.

Our Mission

To be the leaders in the niche tool supply and tool consulting industry. To provide the best advice through unique assembly solutions with only the highest quality products to companies who are, or strive to be, market leaders in their industry.

Provide a solution. Go Beyond what is required. Be the first people they call.

The rest is easy.

ISO 9001:2015 Registered

Core Tool Technologies is registered with the International Organization of Standardization. The ISO 9001:2015 Registration is the standard for quality management principles. This standard includes a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement in a company. These principles are explained in more detail in the PDF, Quality Management Principles. Using ISO 9001:2015 helps companies streamline their business processes. It ensures that customers get consistent, good quality products and services. Core Tool Technologies insists on top management performance, in addition to our quality service and products.

Covid 19 update – Core Tool is an essential service and open for business

First and foremost we wish everybody safety and good health in these unprecedented times. There are no easy answers it seems. The protection of our population and economic viability is obviously critical.  Whatever your political view, public and private companies must work together to come up with viable solutions that is affecting every nation and every demographic – rich or poor we are equally susceptible to this virus.  A global effort for a vaccine is underway but tough decisions will require people to continue to be socially responsible for their actions. Although there has been improvement in the situation in April, we cannot be not sure Covid19 isn’t planning a second wave  – only time will tell – in the interim, this is the new normal as they say….. As the situation unfolds, don’t kid yourself… we have to keep the economic wheels moving which means we need essential work and supply chains in tact and operational in some form.   It’s tough on families and individuals alike, difficult decisions will continue and we all have to do our part to stop the spread.  Social distance  –  keep 6 ft away or wear a mask or both – don’t be a dick! – it’s your choice but the consequences for not complying are serious. Special “shout out!!” to the front line health care professionals (at ‘hot spots’ in particular) , their efforts and stamina during this world crisis is incredible. Super job- thanks!! We have all seen the news and horror stories and without qualified medical staff it would be impossible to overcome global devastation.  This is also not say that anybody who is working (or wants to work and can’t) is not important or isn’t playing a vital role  – absolutely they are – kudos’s on their efforts as well. Certainly a  lot of people to thank here – you’ll have to pat your self on the back whatever your role is. Stay positive. We will get through this. It’s easy to be an arm chair quarter back here- not so easy when your in the middle of it. Keep an inventory of your food and medical supplies – keep in contact with your families and friends. You’ll never know who needs help. Might be you someday…….. as an FYI-  “Business is considered an essential business or essential services within Ontario, or that supply businesses or services that have been declared essential in a jurisdiction outside of Ontario, with the support, products, supplies, systems, or services, including processing, packaging, warehousing, distribution, delivery, and maintenance necessary to operate. ”