Look who's investing in Québec
A bi-monthly snapshot of investment activity in Québec
Three French aero businesses entrust their expansion projects to Québec.
On July 9, GE Aviation inaugurated its new global robotics R&D centre in Bromont.
French company Aerolia, which announced last year that it would soon be setting up shop in Québec, is about to land in Mirabel.
Québec supports a $31 Million engine maintenance project.
Swedish multinational Ericsson will set up a global information and communication technology centre in Vaudreuil-Dorion, an investment that could exceed $1 billion.
U.S. coffee giant Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR Canada), which owns Van Houtte, is investing $55 million in its facilities in Saint-Michel, Montréal.
French company LINAGORA, which develops open-source software, has announced plans to invest $10 million in Québec over three years.
Québec underlines a timely investment by Ressources Québec in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.
Québec company Enerkem announces a $50 million financing agreement.
Cycle Capital Management (CCM) announced the launch of Cycle Capital Fund III L.P. (Fund III).