By investing in our operators & tradespeople training, new equipment and technological improvements, AV Terrace Bay is paving the way towards exceeding production goals for 2016.
We’ve been hard at work reinvesting and streamlining processes to ensure maximum value for our stakeholders, clients and strategic partners.
We are tightening our procedures and are proud of our recent track record - Zero Lost Time Industrial Accidents 2013 to Present.
AV Terrace Bay Toxic Reduction Plan and Accounting Summary and Technical Standard TRS Reduction Implementation & Performance is available on request.
AV Terrace Bay is committed to increase its community involvement and creating long lasting partnerships.
Empowering our employees and investing heavily in our operations has allowed us to reach milestones and achieve coåmpany goals of sustainability and cost reduction. At the same time we’ve reduced our environmental footprint while improving health and safety initiatives. We are proud of what we’ve accomplished and look forward to what the future holds for AV Terrace Bay.
Hand in hand with our recruitment plan is our continued development of our Health and Safety Policy with further training and the goal of no lost time accidents. Currently we are proud of the fact that we are over two years at zero lost time.
AVTB continues to focus on sustainability and environmental responsibility and embarks on the third phase of the process control (DCS) automation plan.
These consisted of new wood yard equipment, new rail wagons, and major overhauling of dated equipment.
Improving mill reliability is a direct result of timely and accurate diagnosis of equipment supported by precision maintenance practices.
Includes ongoing investments in the mill. Working capital investments have significantly improved overall operations.
DCS and mill-wide instrument upgrades have been completed which significantly improves the operation efficiency.
Increasing operational efficiencies and an improved mill output through automation and better data integration.
Roughly $29 million invested to cover investment in workforce and operations to start up the mill.
With increased stability comes the opportunity for enhanced community engagement. AV Terrace Bay will dedicate resources to increase community involvement and presence. With a new Community Advisory Board in development, this board will be working with local municipalities to further develop tourism, arts, culture, sport, volunteerism, and economic development in and around Terrace Bay.
We are aggressively targeting talent by strengthening collaboration with colleges in Thunder Bay, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins to help expand our hiring pool and increase attendance in our Junior Apprenticeship program.
With a renewed set of goals focusing on increased involvement in our surrounding communities, we are creating the foundation for increased participation in a variety of community ventures.
As part of our commitment to sourcing sustainable sources of fibre, AV Terrace Bay has partnered with First Nations’ owned Mkwa Timber.