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Transcontinental closes its Saint-Hyacinthe plant

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Transcontinental evokes the end of Publisac to explain this closure.

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Transcontinental announces the closure of its Saint-Hyacinthe printing plant, 190 workers will lose their jobs by April.

Transcontinental discusses the end of Publisac for explain this closure.

With the end of Publisac announced on November 3 and its gradual replacement by raddarMC, printed at our Anjou factory, it is with regret that we had to take the decision to close our Saint-Hyacinthe plant, declared Pierre Deslongchamps, Senior Vice-President, Retail, Newspapers, Distribution, Magazines, Books and Catalogs, TC Imprimeries Transcontinental.

Its activities will mainly be transferred to the factory in the Anjou district of Montreal.

We are sorry for the repercussions of this closure on our 190 affected employees and their families. We will ensure that everyone is treated with respect and offer them support in their career transition, while pursuing relocation opportunities. », adds Pierre Deslongchamps.

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TC Transcontinental has approximately 8,000 employees in North America and Latin America. It reports revenues of C$2.9 billion for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

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