AP&C, a GE Additive company, has purchased a new plot at the Innoparc Albatros, Saint-Eustache, Montreal, Canada, where it has been based since 2016, to support its future growth plans. The newly purchased plot spans nearly 40,000 square meters.
Within Saint-Eustache, a suburb of Montreal, the AP&C expansion signals new employment opportunities, as the company seeks to add a number of high added-value jobs at its new facility. 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.”
The sale of the new plot at Innoparc Albatros was made official on January 11th at the Saint-Eustache Town Hall, through an agreement laid out by Saint-Eustache Mayor Pierre Charron and Dupont. The sale was overseen by notary Jean-Luc Pagé and town clerk Mark Tourangeau.
AP&C is the leader in the production of Titanium and Nickel alloys. Its unique process produces highly spherical metal powder designed for excellent flowability and low porosity.