CED supports two Lanaudière businesses
By Canadian Manufacturing
JOLIETTE — Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED) supports Chambre à peinture A.G. inc. and UDACO Industries Ltd. to acquire digital production equipment. Chambre à peinture A.G. is receiving a repayable contribution of $200,000, while UDACO Industries is being granted a repayable contribution of $110,600. These investments will enable the two Joliette SMEs to grow through improved productivity.
Founded in 1998, Chambre à peinture A.G. specializes in the design, manufacture, and installation of all types of spray booths, including industrial booths and sanding, mixing, and preparation rooms. The business has been co–led since 2015 by Mélissa Gosselin.
Founded in 1985, UDACO Industries specializes in the manufacture and machining of tailor–made steel products. This SME has been managed for nearly 10 years by Caroline Baril.
“CED’s support has been a real driver for us to take action,” said Baril. “The contribution we have received has enabled us to access the funding needed to be able to continue to innovate and thereby ensure our growth in the coming years.”