Siemens has obtained a $250,000 contribution from the Québec government for its
$1-million retrofit project in Trois-Rivières.
French company ON Entertainment will invest $12.2 million to open its first North American animation studio in Montréal where it intends to ramp up its production of world-class animated films.
Our representative in Beijing, Haiqing Jiang, will be participating in the China Mining Conference from September 22 to 25, at the Meijiang Convention and Exhibition Center, in Tianjin, China. Why not stop by the Canadian Pavilion to meet her?
Québec manufacturer Héroux-Devtek recently delivered its first landing gear set for Boeing 777s, signalling its entry into the large commercial aircraft market.
Québec firm D-BOX has signed an agreement with State Production Base of China Film to promote its innovative motion systems with Chinese producers and cinema operators.
Investissement Québec granted a $50 million loan to Tata Steel Minerals Canada and took a $125 million equity stake to support the company’s direct shipping ore (DSO) iron mine project in northern Québec evaluated at $1.5 billion.
The manufacturer of aluminum chassis components for the automotive industry plans to retrofit its Québec plant and expand its production capacity.
Powder manufacturer AP&C, a subsidiary of Swedish company Arcam AB, will invest more than $30 million to build a second plant in Québec by 2017 and increase its production capacity of titanium powders for use in additive manufacturing.