A Quebec manufacturer is setting up a 40,000-square-foot light assembly plant in Cornwall.
Chateauguay-based CMP says it has leased a building on Montreal Road in the eastern Ontario city and plans to hire up to 25 workers at the new facility.
“As we grow our business, the need for additional capacity for light assembly work has emerged,” CMP talent acquisition and recruitment strategy adviser Alexandra Keenan told choosecornwall.ca last week.
Burovision is tripling the size of its downtown office, taking over the entire second floor of 300 Sparks St. as an ode to ‘people-first’ offices.
The company designs and manufactures products for customers in a range of industries, including the telecom, security and medical sectors. CMP says it will be hiring mechanical assemblers, drivers and quality inspectors as well as shipping and receiving clerks at the Cornwall plant.
The new facility will add to CMP’s growing presence in the city. Last year, the company opened a 90,000-square-foot warehouse and logistics centre in the Cornwall Business Park.