Action Car and Truck Accessories saw the benefits of a great location to mesh with the needs of their growing company. Their new facility incorporates their head office, a distribution centre for their many outlets around the region and beyond along with a retail store and installation centre for the local market.
A number of leading edge companies have made Moncton Industrial Park their home. The following is a snapshot of just a few of those companies.
Armour Logistics is a division of the Armour Group of Companies. Armour Transport has been moving goods around Atlantic Canada for years. They know transportation and they know shipping. It was just a logical extension of that business for the company to enter a new but related field. As Armour Logistics they manage the distribution for several well-known companies that need fast efficient service within the region. Armour Logistics is geared to provide that service.
Fancy Pokket Bakery began operating out of a small manufacturing facility in Moncton gradually building their business with a variety of pita bread products. But with growth came the need for a new facility and with the facility came the opportunity to greatly expand the product line. Located in a renovated and expanded plant in the Moncton Industrial Park, Fancy Pokket makes a full range of bagels in addition to their varied pita line, pizza crusts and more.
Greystone Energy Systems takes on the world from their location in the Moncton Industrial Park. A manufacturer of HVAC sensors and transducers, Greystone is a Moncton company that has grown from the "basement" to take on business in North America, in Asia and in Europe.
Formerly Domtar Packaging has been operating in the Moncton Industrial Park for close to 50 years. But while they've been in the same location for that time, the building itself has grown on more than one occasion. As the first operation to establish in the park, it can take credit for getting this park off the ground.
When the Royal Bank wanted a new telebanking centre they picked Moncton. They also decided to build a new facility to meet their specific needs and decided to build that centre on the main entry street of the Moncton Industrial Park. After just one year in operation, things were going so well at this new Royal Direct telebanking centre that they proceeded to expand, doubling its size to 60,000 sq ft. Today, the centre employs some 700 people.