am the president of Groupe Synergy Composites.
We specialize in truck bodies for utility
trucks. Our market is the East coast of
Canada, including Ontario, Quebec, and the
Maritimes, and we have a foothold in New
England in the US. We manufacture two million
truck body composites each year.
use the RTM procedure, which is a composite
injection procedure. It’s a very environmentally
friendly process. There are almost no styrene
emissions involved. There is almost no odor
in the factory, in the village, or in the
neighbourhood. It allows my employees to
have a healthy lifestyle. It’s an
extremely clean procedure, and it’s
known for its superior mechanical properties
and a finished surface.
is made of materials such as sand and recycled
bottles. The ingredients are melted and
spun to create "glass wool".
also work with thermoplastics with the Canadian
Research Institute in order to not only
stay in our current position, but we want
to be the leaders in the field, not only
of composites but of all truck bodies. We
want to improve our truck bodies and create
new and creative designs to keep ahead of
we started the business, we made all of
our contacts directs. I would personally
go and meet with clients. Today, we are
in the process of getting distributors around
the United States We’re also expanding
our market to the west of Canada, so we’re
making contact with distributors who will
help sell our fleet of trucks.
I don’t have any employees here -
they’re all colleagues. Their jobs
are just as important as mine. We also rotate
positions in order to avoid any work-related
illness, and that makes work less monotonous,
and develops each worker’s versatility.
I share 10% of the profits with the workers,
and since we share the earnings just before
Christmas, everyone has a good Christmas
break and comes back happy in January.”
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