Saputo to Build New Processing Plant in Port Coquitlam

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Canadian dairy giant Saputo plans on further “maximizing its manufacturing footprint” in Canada in the next few years, starting with a new $240 million Vancouver-area processing plant at Port Coquitlam.

The “state-of-the-art” plant is expected to be built within the next three years and commissioned in fiscal 2021, the company said in its fiscal 2018 report last Thursday.

 

Saputo to build new Vancouver-area processing plant

Canadian dairy giant Saputo plans on further “maximizing its manufacturing footprint” in Canada in the next few years, starting with a new $240 million Vancouver-area processing plant at Port Coquitlam. The “state-of-the-art” plant is expected to be built within the next three years and commissioned in fiscal 2021, the company said in its fiscal 2018 report last Thursday.

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A 20-acre site on Kingsway Avenue in Port Coquitlam may soon be home to a Saputo dairy plant.

Tuesday, the city’s smart growth committee will review a development permit bid by the Beedie Group, which owns the former Esco foundry site at 1889 Kingsway Ave., to build a milk processing facility in the heavy-industrial neighbourhood.

 

New Saputo plant planned for PoCo

A 20-acre site on Kingsway Avenue in Port Coquitlam may soon be home to a Saputo dairy plant. Tuesday, the city’s smart growth committee will review a development permit bid by the Beedie Group, which owns the former Esco foundry site at 1889 Kingsway Ave., to build a milk processing facility in the heavy-industrial neighbourhood.

 

 

 

 

 

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