3 December 2014
Cascades invests $13 million in its Quebec-based plants
VAUDREUIL, QC—Cascades Inc. has acquired and installed two new Mitsubishi Evol presses in its Norampac operated plants in Vaudreuil and Drummondville. Both locations specialize in manufacturing corrugated packaging products.



"This major investment in Québec is part of our efforts to modernize Norampac's and Cascades' assets,” Charles Malo, vice president and chief operating officer for packaging at Norampac said. “Similar investments were made at several of Norampac's corrugated converting plants in Ontario, and productivity at the plants increased significantly. We believe that the investments in Québec will have the same positive spin-offs, allowing us to respond more quickly to our customers' needs, offer packaging products of greater quality, and increase our productivity."

The $13 million investment will allow the Norampac plants to increase its productivity, versatility and quality of its products. The Evol has been in operation at the Vaudreuil plant since September 2014 and at the Drummondville plant at the beginning of November.




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