Prado Technologies Inc. is constructing a 55,000-square-foot warehouse in Bromptonville, Quebec, said Martin Proulx, sales representative for the company.
Prado is a rotational molder with five lines in Bromptonville, Proulx said in an interview at Expoplast 2005 in Montreal. The new warehouse, adjacent to its existing operation, will replace space Prado leases from sister companies. The firm's manufacturing is based in a 40,000-square-foot building constructed in 1997.
Proulx said his firm emphasizes integrated services from design to production. Prado uses machinery developed by a sister company, STP Equipement Inc., also in Bromptonville.
Although a diverse rotomolder, Prado enjoys some fame as North America's largest rotomolder of swimming pool steps, Proulx claimed. The polyethylene steps have a molded-in, textured surface to prevent slipping.