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Abraflex expanding in Paisley, adding new role – Shoreline Beacon

June 19, 2019

Abraflex, an Indigenous-owned company that manufactures protective plastic suits and plastic tents used in the nuclear decontamination process, intends to double the size of its facility in Paisley.

It currently operates a 10,000 square foot production facility in the former Bruce Packers plant. The proposed expansion would enable the company to fix tools and components from nuclear reactors.

“We’re committed to bringing jobs to Paisley, to Bruce County and to Ontario,” said Mike Ruysseveldt, director of product development and strategy at Abraflex. “And our work with OPG is helping us to do just that . . . thanks to OPG’s Darlington refurbishment project, the local business is investing in broader industrial protection service.”

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