Baxters Canada will soon become Canada’s largest soup manufacturer

The combination of recent trends in the agri-food industry and Baxters Canada’s investments in the last several years will allow the company, and its Saint-Hyacinthe plant, to become the largest soup manufacturer in the country. The company’s management has led various development projects at the Maskoutan plant, which have increased Baxters’ sales figure fivefold in […]

TURTLEBRACE chooses Saint-Hyacinthe for its production activities

Les concepts orthopédiques Turtlebrace, which specializes in developing and manufacturing orthotics, selected Saint-Hyacinthe as the site of its production activities. The company began operating its new 5,000-square-foot plant in the Olivier-Chalifoux industrial park several weeks ago. Turtlebrace’s orthotics are unique in the way they supports the affected limb or joint. Their products are made of […]

AMPRO to invest over $2 M in its Saint-Hyacinthe plant

Business is booming for Maskoutan company Ampro Forest Products, which makes Mur Design-brand decorative wall panels. The company just confirmed that it will be investing over $2 M in its Saint-Hyacinthe plant. This announcement was made by the company’s president, Alain Messier, and vice-president of operations, Maxime Santerre, accompanied by Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole’s general manager, André […]

Saint-Hyacinthe’s economy regains momentum in the midst of a real estate boom

  Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole presented its annual report of the city’s economic situation and the organization’s activities in 2016 to a hundred or so local business representatives today. In the midst of an unprecedented real estate boom, the city of Saint-Hyacinthe’s economy is reported to be excellent. Most of the economic indicators are back on an […]

Saint-Hyacinthe now Shur-Gain headquarters for Eastern Canada

Shur-Gain management announced a considerable consolidation of its activities in its Saint-Hyacinthe office, which will become the animal feed company’s regional office for Eastern Canada. The announcement was made in a press conference by Shur-Gain’s general manager for Eastern Canada, Jean-Pierre Picard, with Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole’s general manager, André Barnabé. The company is investing nearly a […]

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole presents its new marketing strategy for the tourism destination

Today, Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole presented the details of the new marketing offensive it will use over the coming months to promote Saint-Hyacinthe and its region as a tourism and business destination. “In the context of our strategic planning, we set a series of very ambitious performance indicators. With regards to tourism development, these target a significant […]

Meunerie Côté-Paquette moving to Saint-Hyacinthe and invest $30 M

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole was pleased to receive confirmation that Meunerie Côté-Paquette will be building its new facilities in Saint-Hyacinthe’s Théo-Phénix industrial park. The company’s owners and managers, Mario Côté and Bernard Paquette, recently announced the decision to relocate their activities to the agri-food technopolis, after a fire destroyed their facilities in Ange-Gardien in February 2015. They […]

Saint-Hyacinthe Named One of Canada’s Top 10 Entrepreneurial Communities

It was with a great deal of satisfaction that Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole learned that the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), in its annual study, ranked Saint-Hyacinthe third in Quebec and ninth in Canada’s best cities for starting and growing a business.  The CFIB’s recently published annual study, “Entrepreneurial Communities: Canada’s Top Places to Start and […]

Sterinova Plant Opens in Saint Hyacinthe – Nearly $70 M invested

NEARLY $70 M INVESTED AND OVER 100 JOBS CREATED Sterinova inc., a new pharmaceutical company specialized in developing and manufacturing sterile ready-to-use injectable products, recently inaugurated its new plant in Saint-Hyacinthe, in the Montérégie region. Its ready-to-use injectable syringes and intravenous solution bags will meet the specific needs of healthcare professionals. The announcement was made […]

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole announces its 2017-2019 strategic plan

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole’s Board Chair, Bernard Forget, and General Manager, André Barnabé, announced the organization’s very first strategic plan. Recently adopted by its board of directors, this plan outlines the organization’s economic development objectives for the next three years. “The plan we are presenting today is the result of careful analysis and extensive reflection by the […]

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