Global manufacturer of heat and energy recovery ventilation systems to airflow controls is expanding their facility by 28,000 sq. feet.
Saint-Léonard-d’Aston, Québec – March 23, 2021 – The industry leader of ventilation products and systems for homes, multi-family dwellings, hotels, schools, and numerous other commercial applications is pleased to announce the expansion of its manufacturing facility in Saint-Léonard-d’Aston, Québec. The company is investing over 1 million CAD in equipment and more than doubling its production footprint to approximately 55,000 sq. ft.
“Our company is prepared for immediate growth in production capacity, personnel (creation over 40 new jobs) and research,” said John Harrell, president of Aldes North America. This expansion will increase company’s operational efficiency (doubling fabrication for commercial and residential E/HRV lines), reduce lead times and provide a sustainable competitive advantage with innovative products and services.”
The new space will rapidly increase the capacity for high-speed manufacturing and accelerate product development pipeline.
“The primary reason behind every decision we make is, ultimately, to improve our customer experience and this factory expansion is no exception,” Harrell said. “This will allow for a broader selection of ventilation solutions and an even higher quality level of service. We want our partners to know how valued they are and how serious we are about always finding ways to improve their journey with us.”
Aldes took possession of the additional manufacturing space in February 2021 with planned expansion to be completed by May 2021. Throughout this transformation, Aldes’ growth is projected to triple by
Aldes North America specializes in manufacturing and distributing ventilation systems and components for residential and commercial markets, such as airflow balancing components, residential in-line fans and patented demand control terminal devices for commercial applications. The company also serves as an industry leader in both residential and commercial air-to-air heat and energy recovery solutions.
For more information about our products, visit https://www.aldes-na.com
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