The Engram Group is proud to be a partner in a study aimed at facilitating the attraction and retention of immigrant labour in Quebec manufacturing SMEs located in the regions.
Led by Concordia University and supported by the Future Skills Centre of Canada, the main objective of this research will be to develop best practices in order to provide Quebec manufacturing SMEs with tools to recruit and retain an immigrant workforce.
About the Future Skills Centre
The Future Skills Centre is a forward-looking pan-Canadian organization that prototypes, tests and evaluates innovative approaches to skills training and employment development.
About Davie Shipyard Canada
Founded in 1825 by Captain Alison Davie, this date marks the beginning of a long and rich history for Davie. Since its inception, more than 700 vessels have been built here: from steamships, through military ships equipped with sophisticated combat systems, to diesel-electric ships specialized in oil exploitation and equipped with advanced dynamic positioning systems.
Davie Shipyard has built, converted, repaired and upgraded all kinds of vessels, drilling rigs and offshore platforms. This includes oil tankers, bulk carriers, container ships, fishing vessels, ferries, naval vessels, self-raising drilling platforms and semi-submersible drilling and production platforms.
With its engineering department and fully self-sufficient facilities, Davie’s versatility has allowed it to draw on the best practices and skills acquired over two centuries of shipbuilding. This allows Davie to provide products and services to the mining, railroad, hydroelectric, nuclear, defense and other industries.
Davie has also been involved in numerous civil construction projects, such as port terminals, bridges and sports stadiums.
The Engram Group is a consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, customs compliance and international partnerships. We create value by accelerating business projects through customized financial solutions; identifying new international business opportunities and optimizing the global value chain through customs compliance.