A delegation of 18 Quebec companies is setting out in search of new business opportunities in the North American market by participating in a trade mission organized by the TechnoCentre eolien.
The TechnoCentre eolien says that during the Canadian Wind Energy Association's (CanWEA) 30th Annual Conference and Exhibition – being held in Montreal, Quebec, this week – these businesses will work to capitalize on the event and strategically position themselves in the heart of new markets by showcasing their wind power expertise.
The TechnoCentre eolien says this trade mission, organized in collaboration with the ACCORD Wind Energy Cluster, has received financial assistance from the Quebec Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Exports through the Development Support Program for Strategic Sectors of Clusters of Excellence. The objective of this program is to mobilize and coordinate the actions of businesses and economic partners of the ministry around common goals and courses of action to promote the development of strategic sectors, according to the TechnoCentre eolien.
‘Our companies here in Quebec are true success stories of the wind industry. A number of them stand out for their reputation, as well as their high development potential, in the areas of wind turbine operations and maintenance, telecommunications, consulting and manufacturing," says Frederic Cote, general manager of the TechnoCentre eolien.
"In the framework of this mission, the role of the TechnoCentre eolien is to support these companies by setting up business meetings with potential clients and positioning them in the North American or overseas export markets," notes Cote.
Particpating companies in the trade mission include PSB Securite, Maintenance Logic Systems, Techeol, B&B High Performance Brake Pads, Suspendem Rope Access, PESCA Environnement, Construction Energies Renouvelables, Groupe Collegia, East Coast Wind, The Ohmega Group Inc., Activa Environnement, Richard Poirier & Freres, Collineo, Estampro, Groupe LD, Coupesag, Controle RK, and Vizimax.