No break for the “Well Made Here” program. On course towards the first 100 participant manufacturers
An 8th province on the board with the addition of new participants to the “Well Made Here” program
The trend moving manufacturers to join the “Well Made Here” program isn’t on summer break. With the addition of Imperial Manufacturing Group, whose head offices are in Richibucto, New Brunswick, eight provinces are now represented.
Founded in 1979, Imperial manufactures heating, cooling and ventilation products, as well as building materials, – all intended for use in residential and semi-commercial applications. In Canada, Imperial Manufacturing Group operates in four provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Québec.
In addition, « Well Made Here » welcomes two new Ontario businesses. The new participants to the program are Cabinetsmith , manufacturer or kitchen, bathroom and laundry cabinets, and, Amherst Mouldings, manufacturer of wood, vinyl and aluminum screen doors and more. The Well Made Here program now has 32 participating manufacturers from Ontario.
The addition of these new participants brings us to just seven (7) away from the promised 100 manufacturers in the first year of activity. Audrey Dagenais, director of business development and supplier services for « Well Made Here » is convinced that this target will be achieved once Canadian manufacturers resume regular operations at the end of the summer vacation period.
We welcome your suggestion for manufacturers from Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island so that all 10 Canadian provinces are represented in the “Well Made Here” program. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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