Minister Jean-Yves Duclos visited Dartmouth’s Sunsel Systems Manufacturing to highlight how the Government’s changes to EI are benefiting Canadians
Sunsel was excited to have The Honorable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, visit our state-of-the-art facility and use it for his announcement regarding the reduction of the Employment Insurance waiting period.
This is just one part of the Government of Canada’s recent actions to provide workers, parents and caregivers with more flexible, inclusive and easier to access EI benefits.
Minister Duclos was met by Julian Taylor and Jeff Levy, the owners, and David Rae, the General Manager. The minister participated in a tour and even tried his hand at soldering a circuit board.
Sunsel provides cutting edge electronic assembly, including PCB and system assemblies, for multiple markets using state of the art equipment, and state-of-the-art expertise across Canada and the United States.
Sunsel was pleased to play host to the Mayor of Halifax, Mike Savage. Mr. Savage came to explore the exciting world of Electronics Manufacturing in Halifax and talk to us about expanding local jobs and industries.
Mr. Savage was excited to see Sunsel was driving innovation in the Electronics Manufacturing Industry.
“More than doubling in its existing size, contract electronics manufacturing (CEM) solutions provider Sunsel Systems Manufacturing Corp., has moved into a 74,000-square-feet facility in Dartmouth NS.
Specialists in serving the Atlantic Region of Canada and led by the expertise of co-founders Julian Taylor and Jeff Levy, Sunsel Systems has risen in prominence in eastern Canada, recognized for its high levels of customer service.”
Sunsel Systems has been featured on Maritime Made. Click the link below to have a look inside our state of the art facility and enjoy the step by step break down of how our circuits boards are populated and made.
Sunsel Systems was recently featured on Eastlink TV (HD610 or Channel 10) in the program Maritime Made which features locally manufactured products. Maritime Made takes an inside look at some of the regions many manufacturers and follows the production of some of the many things that are made right here at home. You can Sunsel out this week February 16-21 at 9:30pm.