Siliken Canada Corporation has already leased a 50,000 square foot building near Windsor airport. Following the first production line, scheduled to be delivered this month, the company expects to ramp up to four complete production lines by the end of the year.
It says output will be dedicated to the Ontario market, which has recently introduced a 60 percent domestic content rule.
Furthermore, over 150 direct jobs will reportedly be created in Windsor.
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