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Ontario invests $400K in new remanufacturing business


February 14, 2022
By Ellen Cools


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The Ontario government is investing $400,000 in Norquay Trusses Ltd., a remanufacturing business, in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

According to a government press release, the funding will enable Norquay Trusses to buy new equipment and upgrade their facility to increase capacity and create three new full-time jobs and five seasonal jobs.

Norquay Trusses Ltd. produces custom wooden roof and floor trusses, stock garage and shed trusses, structural builder’s hardware and wooden paneling for the building and construction markets in Ontario and the U.S.

“We were very pleased to receive the NOHFC grant from the Ontario government, which assisted us in developing our new manufacturing business in Sault Ste. Marie”, said Scott Beaumont, president and general manager, Norquay Trusses Ltd., in a statement. “We have been very busy with roof truss production and are looking forward to continued growth into new markets and with new product lines.”

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