Canadian Modular Builder Adding Jobs

The Times & Transcript reports from the province of New Brunswick, Canada, that the Kent Homes plant in Bouctouche, New Brunswick, is creating 70 jobs under a $500,000 payroll rebate from the provincial government.  This will bring the total workforce to 250 with a payroll of $9 million a year.  In business since 1958, Kent Homes makes a variety of modular homes and other buildings and sells them in Atlantic Canada and Maine.  Visitors can watch the homes being built as they roll along steel rails down an assembly line and finally out the door.  According to the  article, Kent Homes is the only company in Atlantic Canada building homes to a minimum 83 EnerGuide rating for energy efficiency.

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