Michelin recently showcased its Magog, Quebec location during a business gathering. According to Michelin, Magog is committed to two primary goals: The Michelin off-road business line, which creates all of the company’s off-road mobility offerings, has its worldwide headquarters there. The second one is the tracks and systems research and development center, which the business described as “a global center of excellence, spearheading innovation in its sector of activity.”
According to Michelin, Magog employs roughly 300 people, the majority of whom work in the off-road business line, which develops and builds tires, tracks, and systems as well as service offerings distributed in 42 countries under the Michelin, Camso, Solideal, BFGoodrich, and Kléber brands.
By acquiring Camso in 2018 and consolidating all of its global off-road activities in Magog (Quebec), Michelin Group was able to capitalize on the knowledge of the previous Camso teams and its long-standing presence in Canada, which includes Laval, Quebec, and Nova Scotia. Since that time, Michelin Group has successfully integrated the Magog site.