The original Moncton Industrial Park was one of the first industrial parks in the Province of New Brunswick. The park’s developer, Moncton Industrial Development, (MID), was chartered by a special act of the Province of New Brunswick.  Its first venture was the Moncton Industrial Park.

Situated on the city's west side, Moncton Industrial Park was launched in 1960 with the acquisition of 100 acres of land.  Today, the park encompasses an area of 600 acres with some 260 companies in place.

With the original park full, land was acquired and the park expanded creating a wholly new section called Moncton Industrial Park West.  This new section has doubled the overall capacity of the park.  Phase One, completed in late 2011, has opened up 120 acres for new business development.

Moncton Industrial Park West is adjacent to CN's rail yards and Intermodal system with direct controlled access to the Trans-Canada Highway via Berry Mills Road. The Park is adjacent to the four-lane Wheeler Boulevard, which provides fast, easy access to the Greater Moncton International Airport and all points in the Greater Moncton area.

In this section you will find information on available lots, companies in the industrial parks, park specifications and the park development guidelines