A second facility for AP&C in Quebec, Canada
MONTREAL and BOISBRIAND, QC, Sept. 12, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - AP&C's is pleased to invite you to the inauguration of their new powder manufacturing factory located in Saint-Eustache. As world's largest supplier of titanium powder for additive manufacturing, AP&C embarked on the mission 2 years ago to expand production in order to meet the accelerated demand in additive manufacturing powder, while also ensuring a secured supply chain for their global aerospace, medical and industrial customers. The $31-million-dollar investment provides AP&C with a second facility which will create 106 new jobs over the next three years, with 50% of them being hired by the end of 2017.
Key speakers include:
- Alain Dupont, President and CEO of AP&C
- Magnus Rene, CEO of the Arcam Group
- Mohammad Ehteshami, CEO of GE Additive
- Per Sjögren, Swedish Ambassador to Canada
The event will also be attended by Linda Lapointe, Member of Parliament for Rivière-des-Milles-Îles, Christine St-Pierre, Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie and Minister responsible for the Laurentides region, as well as Pierre Charron, Mayor of Saint-Eustache. Additional executives from AP&C, Arcam and GE Additive will also be in attendance.
- When: Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 – From 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
- Where: 241 Allée du Golf/ Rue Robinson, Saint-Eustache, Québec, J7R 0L5 (follow the directions to AP&C from this point. The AP&C's facility is located at the end of the cul-de-sac.)
Should you like to conduct an interview at the inauguration ceremony (prior or after), please connect directly with Meriem Idrissi Kaitouni (contact below), who coordinate meetings on site or via conference call.
About AP&C (Advanced Powders & Coatings Inc.)
Over the past 10 years, AP&C has developed extensive experience working in the production of metallic powders used in additive manufacturing (3D printing). AP&C is a worldwide leader with distribution activities in more than 20 countries. AP&C is specialized in the production of high purity titanium metal powders used in various metallurgical applications: additive manufacturing (3D printing), injection molding, isostatic pressing and coatings. The company mainly serves the aerospace and biomedical markets. There are nearly 175 employees working at AP&C's facilities in Boisbriand and Saint-Eustache. AP&C, originating from Quebec engineering, is a subsidiary of the Swedish company Arcam AB, a GE Additive company.
For further information: Meriem Idrissi Kaitouni, Edelman Montréal, T (514) 690-0292, Meriem.Idrissi.Kaitouni@edelman.com