Transport Morneau opens new terminal Sept- Îles

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Sept-Îles, Que. – Transport Morneau, a part of Groupe Morneau opened a new merchandise transport terminal yesterday in Sept-Îles, Que.

The new facility is more than 120,000 sq ft and features 10 unloading docks. There is also a 7,600 sq ft warehouse that will house administrative staff and offices.

This new investment that cost $1.5 million will help create jobs and develop the Vigneault sector of the Sept-Îles Industrial Park.

“We cannot be prouder of this monumental project that we have been developing for a long time,” said Andre Morneau, president of Groupe Morneau.

The opening of the terminal also saw many notable guests like Mayor of Sept-Îles, Rejean Porlier and Manon Langlois, Chair of the Sept-Îles Chamber of Commerce.

“Sept-Îles is at a crossroads; this investment by Groupe Morneau will allow it to position itself for a promising future in the region,” said Mayor Rejean Porlier. “I salute the company’s boldness and wish it and its team the best of success.”

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