New Brunswick Business

Clair, New Brunswick’s Waska has been a major white cedar shingle manufacturer since 1969. In its fifty years, the family-operated business has grown to include aspen and cedar laths, cedar fencing boards, prefinished color shingles, and patterned shingles. In the process, their team has grown to nearly 100 employees. “Waska utilizes 100 per cent of […]

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Cam Tran is a family-owned Canadian company that, from its Sackville, New Brunswick-based facility, manufactures and repairs oil-filled distribution transformers for electric utility and contractor companies. The company is a coast-to-coast success, with additional manufacturing facilities located in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. Cam Tran purchased the assets of the former Moloney plant in 2018, […]

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Tech Mahindra, an India-headquartered information technology and business process services company established a business services centre in Riverview in 2018. Part of Mahindra Group, Tech Mahindra is one of India’s top IT giants, with over 125,000 employees in 90 countries. Sunil Tiwari, Site Head, was among those making the move to New Brunswick to launch […]

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Operating since 1961, Moncton’s APEX Industries began life as a repair machine shop servicing heavy industry. Today, with over 250 employees the company has become a highly-diversified manufacturing, distribution, and product development company serving clients in aerospace and defence, marine, optical, construction, food and beverage, and more. APEX’s capabilities range from the manufacture of aerospace […]

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Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Richibucto, Imperial Manufacturing Group (IMG) is a conglomerate focused primarily on the manufacturing and distribution of heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), and building products for the residential and light commercial industry. Andrée Caissie Savoie, Vice President – Corporate Affairs, says the company now has over 1,100 employees in 13 […]

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St. Stephen’s Ganong Bros. is Canada’s original and longest standing family-owned chocolate company. Founded in 1873 by James and Gilbert Ganong, the company has emerged as one of the province’s most famous brands as generations of dedicated Ganong family and team members have evolved and adapted countless times to support growth while embracing the same […]

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New Brunswick is home to one of the most highly-diversified energy portfolios in Canada. Hydroelectric, natural gas, wind, and nuclear power – our province has it all. It’s also home to innovative startups in sectors like energy innovation, companies like Fredericton’s Stash Energy. “Utilities often charge more during peak times — sometimes twice as much as […]

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