Located at the heart of several regional, national and international transportation corridors, Vaudreuil-Soulanges boasts a very dynamic industrial sector. And it has other advantages that attract a wide range of industries, such as a skilled labour force, proximity to markets in Montréal, and affordable real estate.

Support for establishment and relocation

If you’re a business owner or a real estate agent looking for a strategic location in Vaudreuil-Soulanges, DEV is your best contact. Our team will facilitate your search for available properties (lots or buildings) according to your specifications. We can help you establish or relocate your operations to any of our 21 industrial parks in 10 municipalities.

For each potential site, DEV has information about the surrounding infrastructure, current regulations and bylaws, development constraints and the community’s socio-economic profile. We are able to obtain this information thanks to the close ties we’ve forged with strategic partners in the region as well as various provincial government departments.

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Acceleration of investment and diversification projects

We offer technical and financial tools designed to accelerate industrial investment and diversification projects in the region. Our advisors can assist your company with the following:

  • Creating and sustaining growth and viability
  • Seeking funding
  • Promoting job creation
  • Anchoring and ensuring the company’s visibility within the region’s economic ecosystem.
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Promoting industrial symbiosis

Industrial symbiosis systems, established in conjunction with Synergie Québec, are networks of diverse organizations that exchange resources, waste, water, energy and innovations, thus contributing to a circular economy.

DEV supports Comité 21 Vaudreuil-Soulanges as part of a region-wide project to inventory all sources of waste supply and demand. Using this inventory, it will be possible to identify potential synergies between companies. The objectives are simple: reduce the environmental footprint of industrial operations while optimizing their economic and social impacts.

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