FedDev Ontario invests $1M in Dimachem Inc. to improve manufacturing capabilities
by CM Staff
Through this investment, Dimachem Inc. is increasing Canadian-made manufacturing of Pine-Sol® products and packaging and will create at least 14 jobs.
WINDSOR — On Apr. 21, Helena Jaczek, Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), announced an investment of $1 million for Dimachem Inc. to expand its production capabilities and create 14 skilled jobs in Windsor-Essex.
Located in Windsor, Dimachem Inc. is a manufacturer of industrial chemicals for the automotive and cleaning industries. This investment supports the nearly 20,000-sq. ft. expansion of Dimachem’s facility and the adoption of leading-edge, energy-efficient equipment to reduce production waste and fulfill its latest contract with Clorox Canada.
Through this investment, Dimachem Inc. is increasing Canadian-made manufacturing of Pine-Sol® products and packaging—meeting Canadian market demands for the cleaner-disinfectant products. As a result, Dimachem will increase revenues, strengthen domestic supply chain spending and boost market opportunities.
“The Government of Canada is making smart investments to ensure that Canadian manufacturers have the support they need to produce made-in-Canada solutions and seize new opportunities for economic growth. Today’s investment in Dimachem Inc will create jobs, drive economic growth and protect Canadian manufacturing and supply chains.” said Helena Jaczek, Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
“This funding from the Government of Canada is helping Dimachem Inc. invest in new equipment to produce over significant volumes of Clorox’s Pine-Sol cleaning products annually. Dimachem is increasing domestic capacity and helping to keep people safe throughout the pandemic and beyond. As Dimachem scales for future growth, we are proud to be creating new jobs and opportunities to strengthen our local economy here in Windsor.” said Andrew Conway, Vice-President, Dimachem Inc.