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Canadian advanced material powder manufacturer Tekna has announced the expansion of its second plant and its new manufacturing infrastructure in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

The $5.5 million investment has doubled the surface area of Tekna’s metallic powder production facilities, the company says. The added space will be used for the immediate and future deployment of new metal powder production units, the introduction of new research infrastructure, and the relocation of some administrative staff.
“This expansion, which is part of our five-year growth plan, will increase our annual metal powder production capacity to over 1000 tonnes,” said Tekna CEO Luc Dionne. “Our world-class manufacturing infrastructure and our accreditations in terms of the strictest quality standards make Tekna a reliable partner that our clients can count on to ensure their current and future success.”

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