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CentreLine (Windsor) Ltd., is expanding its three existing operations in Windsor, ON, with a new 7,897 sq m (85,000 sq ft) greenfield plant.

The new plant will include 6,689 sq m (72,000 sq ft) of manufacturing space, and 1,208 sq m (13,000 sq ft) of office space. The new company division will manufacture welding and joining brand product. The company says the expansion is a result of rapidly expanding sales growth. The expansion is the latest in a series the company has undergone in the past ten years. The new plant is expected to be completed in the spring of 2018.

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