Quebec injection molder Plastiques GPR gets federal funding
The $1,260,000 funding, in the form of repayable contributions, is provided by the federal regional development agency Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.
Quebec-based injection molder Plastiques GPR Inc. has a $1,260,000 investment from the federal government that will allow it to purchase two injection molding machines.
Located in Saint-Félix-de-Valois, Que., Plastiques GPR is said to be the largest manufacturing employer in the province`s Matawinie MRC Aboriginal region.
“Plastiques GPR will be better equipped to meet its clients’ demands, and its employees will have technological equipment to do their work,” the federal government said in a statement. “With the increase in its production capacity and the enhancement of its productivity, Plastiques GPR will be able to provide high-quality jobs for the population of the region.”
Founded in 1986, Plastiques GPR manufactures products for the pharmaceutical, industrial, packaging, construction, cosmetics, recreational products, transportation, and consumer goods industries.
The funding, in the form of repayable contributions, is provided by the federal regional development agency Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.