Vision Extrusion invests in new technology, machinery at Vaughan facility
April 13, 2018
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Apr. 13, 2018 – Building products manufacturer Vision Extrusion Group is committing to a $18.2-million upgrade project at its Vaughan, Ont., facility.
According to the manufacturer, it will invest in new technology and machinery to automate production and reduce waste, adding that the project will enhance its efficiency and productivity, technical capabilities and cost-effectiveness.
Vision Extrusion Group transforms plastic polymers into window frames, doors, fencing and railings, and is a member of the Vision Group of Companies, a family owneVision Extrusion invests in new technology, machinery at Vaughan facilityd company. Its Vaughan operations include more than 200 extrusion lines, R&D labs, tool and die shops and plastics compounding facilities.
To help support the project, the Ontario government is providing a grant of up to $1.5 million through the Jobs and Prosperity Fund.
Vision Extrusion anticipates more than 70 new jobs will be created as a result of the upgrade project.
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