Ontario brews new jobs
April 1, 2014
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Ontario is helping a high-quality custom coffee roaster expand so it can take advantage of the growing market for single-serve coffee while creating and supporting more than 400 jobs.
A provincial investment of $5 million will help Club Coffee buy equipment and expand its Rexdale facility to accommodate new customized production lines for single-service coffee cups. The project will create more than 130 high-skilled jobs to complement the existing workforce of more than 300, and help the company to increase its North American market share.
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