AP & C has announced today it has purchased a second piece of land in Innoparc Albatros, in order to expand its activities. As a reminder, the GE Additive company is a producer and supplier of metal powders used in additive manufacturing, especially in the aerospace and medical industries.
The sale was concluded last week at the Saint-Eustache Town (in Montreal – Canada) by the company’s CEO Alain Dupont, the town’s mayor Pierre Charron under the supervision of notary Jean-Luc Pagé and Town Clerk Mark Tourangeau.
The expansion of a company is always synonym of creation of jobs. We might therefore expect high-skilled people to work on the 40,000 m2 piece of land.
“We are thrilled to work with the dynamic Ville de Saint-Eustache team! Our firm is currently enjoying rapid growth and we need more space for our projects, along with a good location for drawing fresh talent. Innoparc Albatros meets both of these urgent needs. It is clear that AP&C’s future is right here in Québec and, in particular, Saint-Eustache!” Mr. Dupont said at a press briefing.
Mayor Pierre Charron added, “We are extremely proud that AP&C, the flagship of its industry, has decided to multiply its activities in Innoparc Albatros, thereby making big contributions to Saint-Eustache’s economy. Innovation breeds more innovation and we are confident that AP&C’s increased presence will bring new businesses to our techno-park and encourage other hi‑tech firms to come here.”
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