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Rotoplast expands, consolidates Quebec headquarters

After a year-long, $3.6 million investment, Canadian rotational molder Rotoplast Inc. has consolidated its operations into a single plant in East Farnham, Que.


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June 21, 2012 by Canadian Plastics

After a year-long, $3.6 million investment, Canadian rotational molder Rotoplast Inc. has consolidated its operations into a single plant in East Farnham, Que.

Covering a surface area of some 20,000 square feet for a new total size of 40,000 square feet, the project has enabled the 40-worker strong company to enlarge its existing building to accommodate and move its entire production capacity, formerly divided between the plants at East Farnham and Saint-Alphonse-de-Granby.

“Ww have several dozen clients in Quebec and Ontario who work in such areas as transport, recreational vehicles as well as a multitude of other sectors, ” said Mathieu Arsenault, Rotoplast’s director of business development and R&D. “With this consolidation, we are now in a position to offer our current clients an increased production capacity.”