Montréal, Québec, Canada Trade Mission
was held on June 14-17, 2015
The Global Trade Alliance of Northern Michigan a program of Networks Northwest, in partnership with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Council of Great Lakes Governors, led a trade mission for Michigan companies to Montréal, Québec, Canada. The mission's goal was to assist small to medium-sized companies export products and services to this exciting Canadian market.
For more information on our next Trade Mission,
please contact Chris Bosio, email@example.com
US Consulate in Montréal Business Briefing with Governor Snyder
NORTHERN MICHIGAN COMPANIES THAT PARTICIPATED IN THE TRADE MISSION TO MONTRÉAL
Independent Machine Company (IMC) has proudly been serving the railroad industry since 1975 specializing in pilot plows, steel gear cases, portable wheel lathes, wear plates, and specialty items, including prototype work. For several years, IMC has supplied some of the Major Tier 1 railroads and the majority of short-line railroads located in the United States and Canada. Their products have traveled around the world and can be seen on locomotives in six of the seven continents. imc-info.com
Pettibone is totally dedicated to material-handling equipment. It's all we've ever done, will ever do. In the 1950s, we revolutionized the job site with the world's first forward-reaching, rough-terrain machines. Since then, we've continued to give customers superior machines that can tackle their toughest demands. gopettibone.com | ardco.net
Why Export to the Province of Québec?
The United States and Canada share the largest and most comprehensive trading relationship in the world. Canada is currently the USA’s largest goods trading partner with two-way trade in 2013 totaling $632 billion.
The Great Lakes States exported goods worth almost $108 billion to Canada last year. $23 billion of these goods were destined for Québec.
Québec is Canada’s second most populous province with 8.2 million people generating 20% of Canada’s GDP.
Québec has retail chains and other business services not found elsewhere in Canada. Working with local representation is a major key to success in Québec.