The BDF Industriel plant receives financial support of $ 3.6 million from the provincial government and Investissement Québec to optimize its production.
New state-of-the-art equipment will be installed in the coming weeks at the Saint-Ambroise plant. The company’s activities will thus be automated.
Our equipment was more manual, now we will have automatic equipment, indicates the president of BDF Industriel, Dany Tremblay. Honestly, I was sick of seeing employees crushing their fingers, scratching or bumping into each other. Now, we will no longer have that problem. »
By doubling its production capacity, the company also plans to create 10 new jobs.
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The company designs secondary wood processing products by upgrading production waste from sawmills. Its products are sold in Canada and the United States.
The project has a total value of over $ 5 million. A loan of $ 1.8 million is granted through the ESSOR program. Investissement Québec lends the same amount to the company for the realization of its project.
With information from Laurie Gobeil