MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – More than $16 million is going into an expansion project for Samuel, Son & Co.’s Winnipeg facility.
Announced today, the project will last 12 months with its first phase to be completed by August 2014.
A 25,000 square foot expansion is planned to the current 80,000 square foot facility, in order to house a Bradbury Cut-to-Length line that produces product from coil.
The company is also upgrading its existing heavy gauge Cut-to- Length line as well by adding a Precision Leveler from Herr-Voss Stamco.
“These additions and upgrades to our levelling capability show our commitment to the Winnipeg market and will allow us to provide the most consistent quality product available in the industry today,” said Tom McGrogan, president of Samuel, Son & Co. in a statement. “The added processing capacity delivers the level of service that our customers deserve and grown to expect from Samuel.”
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