DESTL: Serving business

DESTL's mission is to support projects that foster the growth of the borough's collective wealth while stimulating the development of Saint-Laurent businesses. It helps create an environment conducive to business development that will generate economic, environmental and job-creation benefits.

Its team of professionals offers its expertise to entrepreneurs seeking to set up shop, expand their business, and create jobs in Saint-Laurent.

$15 billion

in sales in 2015

in Saint-Laurent


jobs in the borough


businesses in Saint-Laurent


Manufacturing jobs


SMEs in Saint-Laurent


in industrial real estate investments


km NOT travelled

thanks to carpooling

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Québec’s first CP Factory in Saint-Laurent

Québec’s first CP Factory in Saint-Laurent

The Saint-Laurent administration and DESTL applaud the project to set up Québec’s first CP Factory in Saint-Laurent.  

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Support for Business: Partnership with CTEQ

Support for Business: Partnership with CTEQ

DESTL is proud to partner with the Centre de transfert d’entreprise du Québec (CTEQ), whose mission is to address the issues of management succession, business staging, and business transition.  view more
Business acquisition: Proden

Business acquisition: Proden

Since 1975, Proden has designed and manufactured durable cutting tools and cutting die systems for corrugated cardboard, fine cardboard and composite materials. The new owner, Pierre Audet, acquired the business after a long transition period. Here are the secrets of a successful transfer.  view more
Innovation: Following the German model

Innovation: Following the German model

Industry 4.0 was the theme of industry’s biggest annual gathering in Hanover, Germany, where industrial giants showcased emerging technologies: automation, collaborative robots, artificial intelligence, specialized software, cybersecurity, augmented reality, and metal additive printing.  view more
Company News: TRAF invests

Company News: TRAF invests

At an April 27 reception, TRAF Industrial Products announced recent infrastructure and equipment investments of more than $750,000.   view more

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