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Prodomax Automation Inc. was named one of Canada’s Best Companies in 2014 for excellence in business performance. Sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums, the Best Managed award recognizes Canadian owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million for sustained growth, financial performance, management practices and the efforts of the entire organization. Of the 20,000+ Canadian companies eligible, only 50 companies are first time winners each year.
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“Over 20 years ago we set out to build a team who believed in the goal and vision to be best in class. Our people at every level of the company execute to deliver on what we promise. Receiving this award is a wonderful testament to our employees’ many years of striving to “do better at what we do best”.
Sab Ravalli, President and CEO, Prodomax
A Barrie Ontario manufacturing automation firm based north of Toronto is bolstering its operations with an approximately $2.9 million expansion project.
Prodomax Automation Ltd., which supplies automated robotic systems to big-name automakers such as Ford, GM, BMW and Volkswagen, plans to add more floor space at its Barrie, Ont. plant, as well as bring in new equipment and staff.
The automation company will invest $2.7 million in the expansion while the provincial government will contribute $233,800 through the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund.
Along with putting the company in a better position to compete internationally, the project has already created 20 new permanent jobs in Barrie in the last year.
“Our company has come a long way since its inception in 1971 when it was founded in a garage in Barrie,” Carolyn McGoey Garvey, one of Prodomax’s two co-CEOs, said in a statement. “Through these partnerships, we are able to almost double our plant space to over 200,000 square feet and prepare ourselves for the next wave of automotive innovation.”
Prodomax expects to complete work on the expansion by fall 2020. Article above is from www.canadianmanufacturing.com