Argenteuil MP Yves St-Denis alongside Lachute Performance co-founder, Julien Pilon. (Submitted photo)

Lachute Performance tackles the international market, invests $170,000

Argenteuil MP Yves St-Denis recently announced that Lachute Performance would be getting a $51,330 grant from the Québec government through Programme Exportation (PEX). The grant aims at assisting the business at developing international markets as well as recruiting an exportation specialist. The total cost of this two-tiered endeavour represents a $170,847 investment.

Lachute Performance, founded in 2004, is involved in research and development related to the design and manufacture of parts for the auto industry. The company also sells its parts and offers installation services. It is located in Brownsburg, Quebec.


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