AP&C to support growth plans with expansion of Saint-Eustache site
January 14, 2019
AP&C, a GE Additive company, has purchased a 40,000 m2 plot in Innoparc Albatros, Saint-Eustache, Montreal, Canada, where it has been based since 2016, to support its future growth plans. The firm currently employs around one hundred at its Allée du golf facility Innoparc Albatros.
Alain Dupont, AP&C’s President and CEO, stated, “We are thrilled to work with the dynamic Ville de Saint-Eustache team! Our firm is currently enjoying rapid growth and we need more space for our projects, along with a good location for drawing fresh talent. Innoparc Albatros meets both of these urgent needs. It is clear that AP&C’s future is right here in Québec and, in particular, Saint-Eustache!”
Pierre Charron, Mayor of Saint-Eustache, commented, “We are extremely proud that AP&C, the flagship of its industry, has decided to multiply its activities in Innoparc Albatros, thereby making big contributions to Saint-Eustache’s economy. Innovation breeds more innovation and we are confident that AP&C’s increased presence will bring new businesses to our techno-park and encourage other high‑tech firms to come here.”