Loto-Québec chooses Poly-Teck to manufacture its displays.
For more than 15 years, Loto-Québec has established business relationships with a large number of specialized adapted enterprises in various activity sectors: printing, paper products, household maintenance. The central element in the Crown corporation’s business alliances, the collective impact notwithstanding, has always been the performance of its partners such as Atelier Poly-Teck. In fact, it was with this company that Loto-Québec’s business partnerships with adapted enterprises began. Still today, Loto-Québec is proud to have its vinyl lottery ticket displays manufactured by Atelier Poly-Teck, in Sherbrooke. Specialized in PVC products, the company has begun to go green by proposing for its products the use of 100% recyclable materials. It is a sustainable development vision that Loto-Québec supports and shares.
Alcoa and Groupe de la Côte, more than a business relationship
A world leader in aluminium, Alcoa has 12 sites in Canada including one in Baie-Comeau, 400 km east of Québec City, where it has its largest aluminium smelter, which also happens to be biggest in the Americas. Deeply involved in each of the communities where it operates, Alcoa granted its first contract in 2000 to the Baie-Comeau adapted enterprise Groupe de la Côte for the manufacturing of corporate clothing for the employees of its aluminium smelter. Today, 10 years later and with thousands of equipped workers, the business relationship connecting the world's aluminium leader and this North Shore adapted enterprise goes well beyond simple professional ties between a work provider and a subcontractor: it is a beneficial partnership! Extremely demanding in terms of occupational health and safety, Alcoa receives thorough and personalized service from Groupe de la Côte, both in terms of deadlines and the taking of orders or special requests.