The Canadian veterinary product distribution company CDMV has signed a long-term rental agreement with Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole for the installation of its future head office and its new logistics center for the province.
With this new investment of $ 30 million, the company intends to improve its supply chain and, at the same time, strengthen its national positioning.
“The completion of this large-scale project will result in concrete improvements for our suppliers, who call on our services for the distribution of their products on a national scale, and the veterinary customers that we serve,” said Tuesday. by press release Lucia Pollice, President and CEO of CDMV.
The new 12,550 m2 building will be part of the City of Agri-Food and Veterinary Biotechnology in Saint-Hyacinthe.
Leased for a period of 25 years, the building will be equipped with automated conveyors, a three-storey measuring platform, a computerized order and inventory management system as well as automated solutions for transport management. .
“This large-scale project demonstrates our unwavering desire to achieve unparalleled operational excellence and optimize our service delivery for the benefit of our partners and customers,” Ms. Pollice concluded.
Work will begin next March and should be completed in spring 2022.