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Export Development Canada (EDC) opening doors for manufacturers with General Electric

Published by Brad Fougere on July 15, 2014

GE, having opened its Bromont, QC aviation facility doors to EDC customers in February will do so again today in Peterborough at the GE Power Coversion and GE Hitachi Nuclear Canada operations. The initiative sessions are part of a joint program to help EDC customers integrate into global supply chains, an area wherein GE has a proven track record.

"The supply chains of global companies like GE are critical to Canada's exporting story, pulling along Canadian companies into global markets and helping them grow," said EDC's Acting Senior Vice President of Business Development Norm Low in a release.

GE Canada's Vice President of Regional Programs Bradley Smith said that GE in Peterborough values Canadian business as part of its supply chain. "By working with EDC to strengthen global supply chains, we are able to forge new relationships and explore opportunities to work together and win more business right here at home."

 

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