Making the decision to start, expand, or re-locate your business is never easy, and choosing where to do this requires even more consideration. To support these difficult decisions, we invite you to take a look at what these business leaders have to say about why investing in Middlesex County was the right move for them.
Algonquin Bridge opened a brand new manufacturing plant in Thorndale in October of 2017. The building hosts two floors of office and manufacturing spaces, including a production layout with two 25-ton overhead cranes.
In 2017 Armo-Tool invested more than $7.6 million to expand its Middlesex Centre facility and upgrade its equipment, as well as created 15 more jobs.
After providing high quality windows and doors to regional markets for 90 years, Dashwood Industries now operates out of Adelaide Metcalfe to accommodate their growth and future expansion.
Since 1993 Grace Motors, located in Strathroy, has grown to a fleet of over 100 trucks. In 2017 Grace Motors is underwent a major expansion, including building a new mechanical shop and offices.
Ricco Food Distributors, located at 1 Ricco Place in the Molnar Industrial Park in Strathroy, invites you to check out their "Cash and Carry" retail outlet, which was a new addition after the completion of a 13,000 square foot expansion a few years ago.
The Shoppes of Komoka is a multi tenanted food anchored shopping and destination centre in Middlesex. The anchor tenants include Foodland, LCBO & Dollarama. It's located adjacent to the newly built state of the art Wellness Centre and Glendon Drive is a major thoroughfare from Hwy 402 to the west end of London, Ontario.