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COVID19 Delays Nova Tube and Steel Plant in Delta

Steel News - Published on Wed, 12 Aug 2020

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FC News reported that plans to start building Nova Tube and Steel CAD 70 million plant in Delta in Canada this summer were delayed by the coronavirus pandemic and have been pushed back to early next year. Construction of the building was supposed to begin May 1 but was side lined by COVID-19. It’s now expected to be completed by September or October of 2021 and has a projected date of January 2022 for full operation. The plant will produce structural tubing. Nova Steel CEO and owner Mr Scott Jones said land clearing and drainage preparation for the up to 200,000 square-foot facility will begin in September.

Nova Steel, a Canadian company headquartered in LaSalle in Canada purchased the rural property for the facility at 8661 County Road H for CAD 767,900. The parcel was annexed to the village several years ago.

Founded 41 years ago, Nova Steel has nine locations and over 1,000 employees across North America. The company supplies the automotive, construction, mining, rail, agriculture, and transportation industries and the defense sector.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Wed, 12 Aug 2020
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