In Chaudière-Appalaches, Prévost would like help from research chairs

In Chaudière-Appalaches, Prévost would like help from research chairs
In Chaudière-Appalaches, Prévost would like help from research chairs

Mr. Tremblay asked that we find ways to promote trades and everything to support young people in choosing these trades which are essential for the entire manufacturing sector. “There is a limit to thinking that robots can do everything,” said Mr. Tremblay, enthusiastically speaking about the progress made to date in innovation.

Note that Prévost has some 130 suppliers in Quebec, including more than 40 in Chaudière-Appalaches, a region that contributes to the company’s success. “In our region, what could be useful to you?” asked the economic representative present, hence the response from the business leader on research chairs.

This update on innovation provided a great opportunity for the president of Prévost to speak enthusiastically about the Mercuriade prize that the Volvo subsidiary won the day before by winning the title of Innovative Laureate of the Year in Quebec; the speaker also proudly displayed the trophy received. Innovation is at the heart of the values ​​conveyed at Prévost. “During a difficult period, some companies choose to cut back, I say that it is time to innovate to be ready once the crisis is over,” insisted the speaker.

Prévost employs 1,800 people in North America, including a thousand in Sainte-Claire. Still in recruitment mode, the manufacturer has welcomed 600 employees in two years and continues to recruit the best talents. There is no shortage of work at Prévost, especially with the $447 million contract from New York City for the construction of 381 coaches.

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PREV SENEGAL-GOVERNMENT / The press release from the Council of Ministers of Wednesday May 22, 2024 – Senegalese press agency
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