McInnis Cement announces Atlantic distribution plan, CRH deal

McInnis Cement announces Atlantic distribution plan, CRH deal
08 September 2017


McInnis, the New Cement Co has announced its distribution plan for all of the Atlantic provinces. The cement producer has acquired two CRH Canada-owned distribution assets, enabling it to reach the markets in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, as well as Prince Edward Island.

McInnis will honour the orders of the clients supplied through those terminals and integrate their current employees.
 
In addition, McInnis has entered into an agreement with CRH Canada and will supply cement for this company’s terminals located in Long Pond, Argentia and Corner Brook in the province of Newfoundland directly from McInnis plant in Port-Daniel-Gascons. Deliveries to Newfoundland will begin this autumn.
 
"With the addition of these terminals to our network, we are now able to secure a solid position in this market," said Hervé Mallet, president and CEO of McInnis Cement.
 
The McInnis distribution network includes several facilities: marine terminals in Providence (Rhode Island) and Sainte-Catherine (Québec) were the first to be built and commissioned. The Oshawa terminal in Ontario, which became fully operational in the last few days, has joined them. A railway transshipment station in New Richmond (Québec) is also operational and the Bronx marine terminal in New York will join the network in 2018.    

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