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Quebec’s best companies honored at industry gala

A number of companies received GALEA awards for their business achievements at the recent CPIA Quebec gala. Solmax,...


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April 14, 2003 by Canadian Plastics

A number of companies received GALEA awards for their business achievements at the recent CPIA Quebec gala. Solmax, a geomembrane manufacturer based in Varennes, QC, was the winner in the Exports category. The award for Small- and Medium-sized Company category was given to Micro Moules, a moldmaker from Longueuil, QC. Automotive molder Mark IV Intake Systems of Montreal won the Process Innovation category, and Riot Voodoo, a kayak rotomolder from Montreal was the winner of Manufacturing Innovation category.
The Career award went to Tony Rushdy.
The GALEA awards are co-sponsored by Export Development Canada, National Research Council, Finances, Economie et Recherche Quebec, and Les Affaires magazine, under the auspices of CPIA Quebec.