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Opportunity for Industrial Firms Looking for Port Access and Infrastructure in Sept-Iles, Quebec, From Seven Islands Development Corp.


April 4, 2012 - Sept-iles, QC

Québec's soon-to-be-released $80 billion massive mining and industrial development plans, Plan Nord (plannord.gouv.qc.ca/english/), is the government's major effort to subsidize and expedite development of the huge mineral deposits in Québec. Much of this development will funnel through Canada's second-largest port city in tonnage shipped -- Sept-Îles. The massive Plan Nord project will revolutionize the area and maximize development of the huge mineral deposits throughout the area -- all flowing through Sept-Îles. Seven Islands Development Corp. is offering a substantial, strategically located site in the city for sale or development.

  • Plan Nord will generate at least 20,000 additional jobs per year for the next 25 years.

  • It will create unprecedented, booming business opportunities and generate large population increases in Sept-Îles and the surrounding area.

  • Sept-Îles has one of the finest all-weather harbors in the northern hemisphere. A $200 million expansion project is under way to allow the port facilities to accommodate ore carriers with capacities of up to 400,000 tons to handle the increased shipping activity.

Seven Islands Development Corp. is offering 5,000 acres for sale or development in Sept-Îles/Seven Islands. The land has 3 miles of ocean frontage and 2 miles of river frontage.

  • This large tract of continuous land, strategically located in the city, is expected to develop rapidly during the area's expected dramatic growth.

With the vast mineral wealth and the Canadian government's strategic Plan Nord, Sept-Îles will soon become one of the world's leading centers for mining, manufacturing and shipping.

SevenIslandsDevelopment.com

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