Within the scope of the election campaign, it was necessary to take the pulse of the various candidates in the riding of Orford in preparation for the upcoming election, and to assess the political support for financial commitment for the flagship project, an applied research centre for the rubber industry, in Magog.
Elastomer Valley’s third appearance at the International Elastomer conference (IEC 2017) that was held in Cleveland last October 10-12 was a huge success. The results were very positive, given the large number of visitors to the Valley’s kiosk.
“Slow and steady wins the race.” La Fontaine’s proverb is particularly suited to the Elastomer Valley, which knew how to wait for the best opportunities at the right moment.
CLEVELAND—Elastomer Valley’s newest member, Lab Integration Inc., is helping rubber part producers embrace the future with Industry 4.0.
It was an emotional moment as Francine Guay, President of M.I. Integration, accepted the title of Grande Estrienne 2017 at the Gala Reconnaissance Estrie of the Chambre de commerce de Sherbrooke, held Friday evening at the Théâtre Granada.
Why do companies choose Mexico when planning to expand? Vincent Houle, President of M.I. Integration, shares his company’s vision in an article published in Automotive News Canada.
A specialist in plastics and rubber parts molding for more than 20 years, the firm Plastic and Rubber Falpaco, a member of the Valley, is now part of Groupe Hyperforme, which offers industrial outsourcing services for many firms, SMEs and multinationals.
The article Le Québec qui embauche published in the Journal Les Affaires last September 3 deals with the desire of the regions to increase promising economic sectors.