Midlands Business Announces Canadian Expansion

The company is establishing it's ninth global facility.

A midlands business is expanding to Canada.

Tánaiste, Micheál Martin, and the Irish Ambassador to Canada, Eamonn McKee, announced today Mullingar's Bevcraft Group will be estabishing it's ninth facility in Quebec.

The new site will join operations in Ireland, the UK, USA, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands, and will benefit from an investment of three million dollars for technology upgrades.

The company is craft beverage canning specialist, focused on mobile canning, static canning, digital can printing, laboratory testing and can distribution services.

Solucan Founders, Sébastien Baril and Jean-François Gaudreault, will lead the Bevcraft Canada Operation.

Micheál Martin TD Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence says:

"I’m thrilled to witness the establishment of Groupe Bevcraft Canada in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, marking a significant milestone for Bevcraft Group with a $3 million investment in technology upgrades & innovation. 

This ambitious expansion firmly establishes you in Canada and underscores Bevcraft's commitment to Quebec as a region for continued growth in North America.

We eagerly anticipate your continued success in the global craft beverage industry."

Darren Fenton, Bevcraft Group COO, says:

"Sébastien and Jean-François are industry pioneers who not only have decades of digital print experience but are true entrepreneurs with whom we share a passion for technical innovation and quality. 

We are excited to partner with them for this next chapter of the Solucan and Bevcraft journey."

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