Nova Scotia paper manufacturer gets $11 million in provincial help
June 11, 2013
By The Canadian Press
The Nova Scotia government has announced just over $11 million to help a manufacturing business in Hantsport purchase new machinery and upgrade its equipment.
The province will lend CKF Inc. $8.7 million toward a planned $16.5-million upgrade and expansion and will provide another $2.6 million in incentive grants over the next year, as the company completes the capital upgrades.
The government says the expansion is expected to create 30 new jobs.
The company, founded in 1933 by businessman and entrepreneur R.A. Jodrey, manufactures a wide range of moulded pulp and foam products for retailers, food service operators and the packaging industry.
They include the Royal Chinet line of paper plates, egg cartons and Tim Hortons cup trays.
The plant currently employs 260 people.
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