Aerospace sector supplier Cyclone Manufacturing is getting a $9 million investment from the federal government to support an expansion of its facilities in Milton and Mississauga, Ont.
The funding is part of the Aerospace Regional Recovery Initiative by FedDev Ontario, the federal economic development agency for southern Ontario.
The improvements include a temperature-controlled production area at one of its three Mississauga facilities and a heat treatment oven for its Milton facility. The investments will support Cyclone’s transition to more environmentally friendly technologies, according to a company statement.
“This FedDev Ontario assistance will help Cyclone go back to its history of investments and continue to be one of the top suppliers in the aerospace industry,” company vice president Robert Sochaj said.
Cyclone, founded in 1964, is a vertically integrated provider of 3-5 axis machining, sheet metal fabrication, tube bending, welding and structural assemblies of aerospace structural components to aerospace companies around the world.