Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is pleased to have contributed once again to the production of the 5th edition of the Quebec Industrial Barometer Baromètre industriel québécois – 5e édition : Un portrait inédit du secteur manufacturier du Québec. It supported STIQ in the production of this brand-new profile of Quebec’s manufacturing sector.
The Barometer offers an overview of the current situation and the challenges of the Quebec manufacturing sector, especially in the province’s most highly developed supply chains – aerospace, transportation, electric power and mineral resources.
“We are proud to have contributed to the analysis of the Quebec Industrial Barometer’s data. The manufacturing sector is an engine of economic development for a strong and prosperous Quebec. It is clear that collectively we must further the achievement of the full potential of our manufacturing enterprises, in a context where the indicators for this entire manufacturing sector must be improved. This is in everyone’s interest,” affirmed Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.
He participated in the release of the study this May, at an event attended by over a hundred business people, meeting at the Montreal Science Centre. Mr. Imbriglio outlined the manufacturing sector’s economic context (see the presentation). His address followed a speech by the President and CEO of STIQ, Normand Voyer, who presented the results of the Barometer survey.
The analysis was made possible by the expertise of the team led by Partner Guy Barthell and Lead Senior Director Jean-Daniel Brisson of the firm’s Strategy and Performance Consulting Group. In collaboration with STIQ, Mr. Brisson also facilitated focus groups to validate the findings of the analysis with representatives of manufacturing SMEs.
The outcome of this work is proof, once again, of the professionalism and rigorous approach motivating Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s talent.
About Sous-Traitance Industrielle Québec (STIQ)
STIQ is an association of Quebec manufacturers with the mission of improving supply chain efficiency. It accomplishes this mission by helping suppliers develop their organizations, diversify their clientele and identify business opportunities with customers. It offers professional and technical services in research, evaluation and business support, and organizes many networking events.
From left to right, Mr. Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Mr. Normand Voyer, President and CEO, STIQ, Mr. Hugue Meloche, President and CEO, Meloche Group
26 May 2014 | Written by :