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Westest – Humboldt facility modernizes equipment to continue engineering & testing capabilities

April 11, 2014
Humboldt, Saskatchewan

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Minister Rempel attended the federal funding announcement for modern equipment upgrades to expand Westest capacity to perform sought-after R&D-testing for Western Canadian manufacturers.

Representatives attend the Westest funding announcement: (L-R) Jim Henry, Senior Project Manager, CNH Global; Jim Wassermann, VP Saskatchewan Operations, Westest; the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification; Troy Lucyshyn, Program Director, PAMI; Brad Trost, Member of Parliament for Saskatoon—Humboldt.

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Minister Rempel attended the federal funding announcement for modern equipment upgrades to expand Westest capacity to perform sought-after R&D-testing for Western Canadian manufacturers.

Troy Lucyshyn, Program Director, PAMI, demonstrates some of Westest’s testing services to Minister Rempel.

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Minister Rempel attended the federal funding announcement for modern equipment upgrades to expand Westest capacity to perform sought-after R&D-testing for Western Canadian manufacturers.

Minister Michelle Rempel learns about Westest’s services for agricultural manufacturers (L-R: Troy Lucyshyn, Program Director, PAMI; the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification; Jim Wassermann, VP Saskatchewan Operations, Westest)

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Minister Rempel attended the federal funding announcement for modern equipment upgrades to expand Westest capacity to perform sought-after R&D-testing for Western Canadian manufacturers.

PAMI Program Director, Troy Lucyshyn, outlines Westest’s services to Minister Rempel.

Agricultural machinery and heavy equipment manufacturers across Western Canada will benefit from improved testing capacity of their innovative product designs, thanks to a $2.5 million investment from Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD). Western Canada Testing Inc.’s (Westest) facility in Humboldt is modernizing its equipment and purchasing new equipment to improve its engineering and development assessments for industrial manufacturers. News Release >