SDE supports implementation of the scholar NovX21 in Thetford
June 25, 2014
The implantation of the company NovX21 Inc. («NOV» venture) raises the enthusiasm of the Economic Development Corporation of the region of Thetford (CLD) and the region's political and economic circles. The announcement, seen as a beautiful continuity in economic diversification efforts, was made in conference Wednesday by the Mayor of Thetford and president of SDE region of Thetford (CLD), Marc-Alexandre Brousseau, and president and CEO of the NovX21, Sylvain Boulanger.
The SDE, in connection with NovX21 for several months, participated in numerous exchanges to promote the benefits of innovative implant to Thetford of this leader in green technology of recycling of precious metals.
"It is in the strictest confidentiality that a phase of discussions on modalities of implementation and the specific needs of the project opened a few months ago, explains Charles William Houle, Commissioner of economic and development responsible for eds. Several meetings and visits of prospecting have been orchestrated. We closely accompanied the company in its efforts, allowing to quickly provide the necessary information. "Mr. Houle explains that the company has greatly appreciated our ability to present attractive opportunities in several essential aspects of their activities and the implementation of the project. 'NovX21 decision comes therefore strengthen our dynamic, creative and welcoming business city position with investors', it ends.
The Director general of the SDE, Luc Rémillard, adds that this settlement enhances the economic diversification of the territory. "It should stimulate our technology sector and create dozens of jobs. In this difficult period of mutation of the economy, this type of new gives the vitality and strengthens the Thetford region in its efforts to create an environment conducive to seize future opportunities, to develop new activities and to promote our territory", he continues.
"Our support to the project of NovX21 highlights our commitment to contribute to the development of a sector innovation for the economy of the region and Quebec. It is with great pride that we welcome this new undertaking that is part of a strong trend of the need for recycling of the global automotive and vehicle production industry", concluded the Director-general.