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The Millhaven based company, which specializes in industrial heating and cooling coils for a variety of HVACR applications (furnaces, air conditioning units, and most equipment involving air movement) started in 2007.
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Bombardier’s Millhaven facility will see the majority of new hires the company will be making across North America, a company spokesperson said.
“We are looking at 100-plus new roles [mostly new hires] within our footprint in the Americas, but predominantly in Kingston,” Eric Prud’Homme, spokesperson for Bombardier wrote in an email to the Whig-Standard on Wednesday.
Bombardier is setting up a second production line in Lennox & Addington County, Ont. to build TTC streetcars as the company steps up efforts to meet the final deadline for Toronto’s problem-plagued vehicle order.
According to a schedule the company has provided to the TTC, the addition of a second production line to complement the one at its Thunder Bay, Ont. plant will allow Bombardier to deliver 65 cars this year, and 77 in 2019.
That would enable it to meet the contract deadline of supplying all 204 of the cars by the end of next year.
The federal and provincial governments are partnering to help grow Ontario's food and beverage processing sector by supporting local businesses to increase productivity, meet consumer demand and create good jobs.
The Lennox & Addington Economic Development Office and its partners have been busy putting together a variety of workshops, grant applications, and training sessions for our county businesses.
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The East Central Ontario Training Board is calling on employers to help us better understand the workforce issues and challenges facing your business.
Tourism stakeholders in Addington Highlands and North & Central Frontenac are invited to learn more about IGNITE Frontenac, Lennox & Addington on Monday, February 5, 2018 from 1-3pm. This event takes place at the Sharbot Lake Country Inn, where you can enjoy lunch and a warm beverage to learn more about this exciting opportunity.