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TC Transcontinental to close a plant in Quebec

February 5, 2024  By PrintAction Staff

TC Transcontinental will gradually reduce operations at its printing plant in Saint-Hyacinthe (Qué.), with a complete closure scheduled in April 2024. Its activities will be transferred to other plants of the TC Transcontinental Printing network, mainly to the plant located in the Anjou borough of Montréal.

“With the end of Publisac announced on November 3 and its gradual replacement by Raddar, printed at our Anjou plant, we regretfully had to make the decision to close our Saint-Hyacinthe plant,” said Pierre Deslongchamps, senior vice-president, retail, newspapers, distribution, magazines, books and catalogues, TC Transcontinental Printing. “Closing a plant we’ve operated since acquiring it in 1979 is a difficult decision, and we sincerely thank our employees, past and present, who have formed a solid team over the years. We are sorry for the impact this closure will have on our 190 employees affected and their families. We will ensure that all employees are treated with respect and offer them career transition support, while pursuing relocation opportunities.”


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