If the price of a product drives reason when choosing a product, five other motivations are gaining ground in the eyes of the new consumer who will be described as post-pandemic, in particular the need to know the origin of the products.Read more
With Christmas and gift shopping on the horizon, the team at “Well Made Here” has launched a movement in favor of buying local hardware items and building materials to put under the Christmas tree.
Yesterday, in 2018, “Well Made Here” program was born. Has the program really reached the biological milestone expected of a four-year-old seedling? Has the health crisis delayed its development? Richard Darveau, President and CEO, answers the question frankly.
One of the founding organizations of “Well Made Here” program, the Quebec Hardware and Construction Materials Association (AQMAT), organizes a thematic week every September called “La quincaillerie en tête et en fête” or ‘Hardware Care and Fair’. As part of its 2022 edition, it invited Quebec manufacturers to show their support for the “Well Made Here” program with a homemade video.
EPAK has been producing commercial and industrial packaging to protect buildings during construction and after completion since 1906. It has been delivering its quality products in Winnipeg, throughout Canada, and around the world.