CANADA: Dominion Citrus to expand Bo-Fruits facility
Canadian fresh produce company Dominion Citrus has announced that its Bo-Fruits subsidiary is to construct a 5,400 sq. ft. refrigerated extension to its existing 2,700 sq. ft. Quebec City facility.
"The expanded facility will enable Bo-Fruits to expand its territorial coverage, increase its market penetration, broaden its service offering and improve efficiencies," said Jean Corriveau, president of Bo-Fruits.
Jacques Lavergne, president and CEO of Dominion Citrus, added: "I am delighted with the progress being made at our Bo-Fruits division. This expansion is the first step in leveraging our recent investment in Bo-Fruits and in the execution of our expansion strategy in the Province of Quebec."
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