Bridgestone Canadian plant getting upgrade

November 2009
Rubber & Plastics News;11/30/2009, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p7
Trade Publication
The article informs that 38 million dollar will be invested over three years by Bridgestone Canada Inc. to modernize and improve productivity at its Joliette, Quebec, passenger and light truck tire plant. The modernization project will enhance productivity at the facility, which specializes in low-profile, larger-diameter tires. 4.6 million dollar has been contributed by the Quebec provincial government toward the project to address productivity, safety and environmental aspects of the plant.


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