MI Integration, a Sherbrooke company specialized in injection mold fabrication and production of thermoplastic parts by injection, has been named a finalist for the prestigious 2015 Innovation prize of the ADRIQ-RCTi, in the Manufacturer category.
The Association pour le développement de la recherche et de l’innovation du Québec (ADRIQ) and the Réseau Conseil en Technologie et en innovation (RCTi) have awarded innovative Québec companies for 25 years. Their Innovation prizes are the most prestigious ones in Québec.
“We are very proud of this nomination, says Vincent Houle, Strategy and Client Relation VP. It is true that innovation is one of our main strengths; it allows us to sell our products everywhere in North America, but also in many other countries.”
The 2015 Innovation Prizes Gala will take place on November 19 in Montreal, under the theme “Innovation for better exportation”. This year, the ADRIQ-RCTi aims to especially support the international outreach of local innovations.
“This nomination is the results of the efforts of many stakeholders within our organization, whom bring forward a corporate culture focused on innovation, explains Jean-François Fournier, Innovation and Marketing manager. That is what sets us apart in our field of activity.”
MI Integration consists of Moules Industriels, MI Plastech and SLP MI Itegracion. The company offers its local and international clients innovative solutions focused on performance optimization, in avant-garde conception as well as personalized realization.