Fruit d’Or establishes R&D activities in Saint-Hyacinthe

Fruit d’Or, the world leader in organic cranberry processing and second largest organic wild blueberry processor, will locate its research and development (R&D) activities in Saint-Hyacinthe. This large Quebec enterprise will be operating its Centre of  Innovation in the technology park of the City of Agri-Food, Veterinary and Agri-Environmental Biotechnology. Fruit d’Or’s research and development […]

New $20M investment: Gayonica establishes new oil and molecule extraction plant in Saint-Hyacinthe

Gayonica, a new company specialized in the extraction and purification of high-end cannabis resin, has announced it is setting up its plant in Saint-Hyacinthe. It has acquired a 23,500-sq. ft. building in the Oliver-Chalifoux industrial park and will soon launch its transformation activities. A total of $20 million has been invested into getting the new […]

Pliage Maska and DM Inox invest $5M to build new plant in Saint-Hyacinthe

A new industrial construction site is taking shape in Saint-Hyacinthe. Pliage Maska and DM Inox have confirmed a $5-million investment to build an automated plant to process and bend sheet metal used to manufacture customized stainless steel equipment. The new 19,000-sq. ft. facilities will be located on Impasse Bérard in the Olivier-Chalifoux industrial park. Both […]

Prorec inc. in Saint-Hyacinthe completes series of investments worth $1.8 million

A new industrial expansion project has just been completed in Saint-Hyacinthe. Prorec Inc., a company specializing in recycling food materials and producing by-products used in animal feed, has made a $1.8-million investment to improve its processing capacities and expand its activities. Over the last several months, the company has made major improvements to its equipment. […]

Mareiwa launches Combia, a cold brew coffee line

Mareiwa Café Colombien, a Maskoutan business already known for its high-end coffee beans, is launching a new line of products made in Saint-Hyacinthe. Combia, its new cold-brewed coffee, will be available in Quebec grocery and convenience stores in the next few weeks. Made from the premium-quality coffee beans the company imports, the drinks will come […]

Saint-Hyacinthe growth continues with nearly $200M invested in local businesses in 2018

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is turning the page on another excellent year in economic development. In 2018, an unprecedented number of commercial and industrial businesses announced that they would be setting up or expanding in the area. This is one of the highlights of the annual economic report the organization presented today to a group of one […]

Saint-Hyacinthe: 12th most entrepreneurial city in Canada

Saint-Hyacinthe once again confirmed its standing as city of business and entrepreneurship, ranking 6th in Quebec and 12th in Canada for its entrepreneurial dynamism in the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’s annual Entrepreneurial Communities study. Saint-Hyacinthe stood out among the 125 communities studied in Canada and even reached the first step of the podium for […]

Groupe DCL invests $3M to expand its facilities in Saint-Hyacinthe

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole announced a new construction project in Saint-Hyacinthe’s Olivier-Chalifoux industrial park. Groupe DCL revealed the details of a $3-M investment to expand its Maskoutan facilities and immediately broke ground on its project. The construction, which will take until June of this year, will add 20,000 square feet to the existing plant. The expansion became […]

New manufacturing company : Distillerie NOROI opens in Saint-Hyacinthe

Distillerie NOROI has officially inaugurated its facilities in Saint-Hyacinthe’s Olivier-Chalifoux industrial park. The new food processing company settling in Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole will be the region’s first distillery. Thanks to a $2.5-M investment, NOROI is already producing several alcoholic beverages in its plant on Choquette Boulevard, including a dry gin, an orange liqueur, orange bitters and […]

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole launches its annual business tourism campaign with new tools

With the opening of its new convention centre just over a year ago, Saint-Hyacinthe has regained its title as the largest business tourism destination in Quebec’s regions. Using this position, Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole just launched its annual promotion campaign for its services and associated hosting infrastructure with convention and event organisers using new tools to promote […]