Vaudreuil-Dorion’s geographical location and its eight industrial parks make it a city of choice for setting up any new industry.
At the junction of all transport networks
Located at the junction of Highways 20, 30 and 40 and bounded by the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National Railway, Vaudreuil-Dorion is a logical choice for new industries. Its location allows fast access to the highway network, serving the markets of Montreal and eastern Quebec, Ontario and the northern United States.
Eight industrial parks
There are eight industrial sectors in Vaudreuil-Dorion, the largest of which is Parc industriel Joseph‐Carrier, comprising a total area of 189 hectares. This is where the Swedish giant, Ericsson, has chosen to establish its IT and communications centre.
The eight parks are located respectively:
North of Highway 40, just west of Saint-Charles (Parc Joseph-Carrier)
On Dumberry, alongside Highway 40, near the Île-aux-Tourtes bridge
On Henry-Ford, just east of Highway 30, north of Exit 3 (Parc Henry-Ford)
At the corner of Harwood and Valois (Parc Loyola-Schmidt)
At the corner of Harwood and Saint-Antoine (Parc des Artisans)
On Cité-des-Jeunes, west of Highway 30 (Parc du Plateau)
On Henry-Ford, east of Highway 30, south of Exit 3 (Parc Relais du Routier)
At the corner of Saint-Antoine and Chicoine
Vaudreuil-Dorion is home to the largest number of manufacturing companies in the MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, totalling a little over a hundred and employing some 2,500 people. Significant manufacturing activities include the packaging sector, as well as optoelectronics and fibre optic telecommunications.