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Invest    Sites selection in our industrial parks

Room to grow. Brome-Missisquoi offers made to measure sites that can grow with you. Prices are affordable, while the production costs and the tax rates are among the lowest in North America.

Our industrial parks


The town of Bromont has two industrial parks with an area of more than 3,000 acres within the limits of its territory. These parks belong to private businesses and to the town of Bromont.

Nearly 5,000 workers from Bromont, Granby, Cowansville and many other municipalities from the region come every day to work in Bromont’s industrial parks. Among the established industries in Bromont, three are ranked among the biggest businesses in the region: IBM Canada, GE Canada and Dalsa Semiconductor.

The Tecnoparc (high technology industrial park), covering 2,822 acres, is adjacent to the Eastern Townships Autoroute (Exit 74 of Autoroute 10) and is home to prestigious companies such as IBM Canada, Dalsa Semiconductor, GE Canada, Qualité-T-Tube, Spécialités Industrielles Canada, Quebecor World Bromont, Thomas & Betts, Unifix, Technologie de l'Estrie, etc. The Eastern Townships Regional Airport as well as one of the three municipal fire stations are located in the heart of the high technology industrial park.

The central industrial park, covering and area of 230 acres, is located on Pacifique St. and welcomes small and medium-sized businesses such as Devden, Axel J. LLC, TSB international, Odessa Canada, Produits Tourval, Paul Carbonneau et fils, Construction DJL, Quali-T-Fab, Pavnat, Electest, etc.

The businesses in the two industrial parks are listed in Bromont’s directory under the Industries section.

Technoparc Bromont

Available locations

The former Hyundai plant

Contact Bromont – Mr. Jacques Des Ormeaux - 450-534-2021-


Bedford is a choice location for the development of the first quality limestone sector with the presence of businesses such as Graymont and Omya. The presence of the new Techno Complexe Bedford, an industrial loft-type location also provides highly interesting options for investors. The town of Bedford has a long manufacturing tradition. The first industry was the Lampman sawmill, built in 1804. Today it is home to some 20 manufacturing businesses that employ about 1,000 people, including Bonduelle, a leader in food processing.

Contact Bedford - Benoit Lévesque - 450-266-4928 ext.236


Cowansville is found at the heart of a region that geographically is a dream for economic development. Located between Montreal and Sherbrooke, the town is located less than an hour from downtown Montreal, the Port of Montreal and the Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau International Airport. Thanks to the five US border crossings within a half-hour drive, it is easy to build business ties with the United States. Its three industrial parks make use of the services of several local and regional transport companies as well as the regional airport and the railway line.

Contact Cowansville - Benoit Lévesque - 450-266-4928 ext.236 -

Positioning map for industrial parks

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The CLD is a member of a real estate network. Carrefour Immobilier is of a database in which are listed private industrial buildings and land for sale throughout the area. This network is an ideal way to facilitate the first contact between buyer/tenant and seller/landlord. Owners of properties or buildings for sale, as well as real estate brokers, are invited to place ads on this site free of charge.

Visit the Carrefour Immobilier Web site.

Available sites in the industrial parks

As you go through the process of seeking funding for your business project, you will also have to choose a location for your project.

The Brome-Missisquoi CLD can guide you in your choice of land, taking into account applicable bylaws. The CLD will also provide assistance in acquiring or leasing industrial space or in the construction of a new facility.

Important facts to consider in order to make an enlightened choice…

The MRC is at the heart of a region whose location bestows upon it a natural advantage in terms of economic development. The region is less than an hour from downtown Montreal, from the port of Montreal, and from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau airport. Its proximity to the United States also facilitates international trade, thanks to the five accessible border crossings, located less than thirty minutes away. The MRC is home to seven industrial parks with natural gas, water, and sewage hook-ups. There are also a number of local and regional transportation companies, and a regional airport in Bromont. Finally, most of the industrial parks are accessible by rail.

For further information on available public land, please contact us :

Benoit Lévesque

Benoit Lévesque

Economic Development Advisor
Contact for site selectors and investors

Phone : 1 855 266-4928 ext.236
Email :

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