CCTN manufactures display products such as projection screensClick image to enlarge

The Compagnie Canadienne de tableaux noirs (CCTN), based in Saint-Constant, QC, has received $396,000 in funding through Ottawa’s Regional Economic Growth through Innovation (REGI) Steel and Aluminum Initiative announced in March 2019.

The initiative is part of the federal Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED) program.

CCTN manufactures a broad range of visual communication products and accessories such as whiteboards, projection screens, chalkboards, display cabinets, conference boards and more. This financial support from the federal government will allow CCTN/CBBC to increase its productivity and production capacity by acquiring and implementing robotic equipment to digitize production processes.

See the press release.

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