Oldcastle APG expands Permacon facility

Oldcastle APG announced the grand re-opening of its Permacon hardscape production facility in Anjou, Quebec, Canada, after extensive renovation and the addition of MASA equipment. This site will focus on manufacturing and producing residential hardscape and masonry products.

“The upgrades at the Anjou facility will create more opportunities for Permacon to provide the highest quality outdoor living solutions to our customers throughout the region,” said Tim Ortman, president of Oldcastle APG. “The Anjou enhancement is an important strategic project for Oldcastle APG, set to boost production and almost double current local manufacturing capabilities to meet increased demand in the residential market in the area.”

Oldcastle APG invested in the implementation of the latest paving technology at the facility, including the installation of a new MASA machine, which will improve production capacity, product reliability and inventory availability. This highly effective new machine and renovation further solidifies the outdoor solutions provider’s position in the region and demonstrates its determination to pursue continued growth in Quebec.

“We take pride in our recognition as a leader in the hardscapes market in Canada, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to meeting our customers’ diverse outdoor living requirements,” added Ortman. “This opening represents the culmination of diligent efforts across all of Oldcastle APG. I am eager to see its impact and look forward to continuing to invest in our Permacon footprint.”

Oldcastle APG operates 46 hardscape facilities across North America, serving residential and commercial customers. Permacon’s comprehensive plant network offers extensive national and regional customer service throughout Quebec and Ontario. The Anjou facility supports Montreal’s growing hardscapes market.

For more information about Oldcastle APG, visit www.oldcastleapg.com.

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