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Earlton firm expands, adds new equipment.

Earlton firm expands, adds new equipment

Earlton's Poly-Ure Castings Ltd. will construct a 5,000-square-foot building and purchase equipment with the help of a $72,665 contribution from the Federal Economic Development Initiative in Northern Ontario (FedNor).

The funding, given under FedNor's core industrial program, will help offset the $224,117 price tag carried by the project. Besides the construction, Poly-Ure will also purchase a pair of ovens and a spray booth. The new building is scheduled to be completed late this summer.

The project is expected to create five jobs.

Poly-Ure was established in 1981 and currently operates out of a rented facility. The company manufactures and repairs parts, such as assemblies and pumps, for the mining industry.
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Title Annotation:Construction Report; Poly-Ure Castings Ltd. receives grant from Federal Economic Development Initiative in Northern Ontario
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Date:May 1, 1990
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