Charl-Pol would like to congratulate four of its most loyal employees: Alain Gagnon, Fabien Vaillancourt, Michel Allicie and Gérard Gaudreault. Each member of the foursome has attained 25 years of service for the company’s Saguenay facility, a remarkable achievement they can be proud of. The company is pleased to be able to rely on such […]
In support of Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie fundraising campaign for hundreds of charitable organisations across Canada, Charl-Pol purchased Smile Cookies for all its plant employees. What a wonderful opportunity to do a good deed and get a little treat at the same time!
Teamwork has always been a core and desired value when recruiting new employees at Charl-Pol. International recruiting always involves challenges for companies wanting to make sure their new workers get acclimatised in their jobs and soon feel right at home. The efforts made by the company, and the motivated participation of the integration program employees, […]
By Dominique Savard Charl-Pol, an equipment manufacturer and maker of mechanically welded parts for the heavy industry is, at the very least, in full growth. While the Saguenay company will soon be celebrating 100 years of existence, they have recently launched construction of a fifth plant located in the town of Baie-Comeau, a $3-5 […]
After obtaining a new contract requiring aluminium welding expertise, Charl-Pol turned to the Commission scolaire des Rives-du-Saguenay‘s business services department to train more than 25 welders! The welders all obtained their certifications, and the success rate for the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) exams was 100%! Charl-Pol is proud to have talented welders among its employees […]
Charl-Pol Company is an equipment manufacturer and maker of mechanically welded parts for the heavy industry. In addition to its two plants in Saguenay and Portneuf, the company also has facilities in British Columbia and has recently acquired the Fabnor plant in Sept-Îles, which specialises in customised mechanically welded parts. The company can now say […]
Charl-Pol claims the Dubuc Award in the “Enterprise Transfer and Futures” category. Since 1921, Charl-Pol has been a leader of equipment manufacturing and mechanically welded parts for the heavy industry. The company has plants in La Baie and Portneuf, and operates in state-of-the-art mechanical welding and machining of industrial components. A choice employer with a […]
By Dominique Savard Charl-Pol company president Richard Tremblay and Construction P.G. president Pierre Gouslisty acquired the Fabnor custom mechanically welded parts plant in Sept-Îles. The plant had been closed for more than two years due to bankruptcy. The two entrepreneurs thus became one of the largest manufacturers of heavy equipment and custom parts in Canada. Although […]