Toronto | Oct, 14th 2014 Ross Bell, Senior Vice-President of Operations at Club Coffee announced this week that the 101 Claireville plant completed its first full year of operation without incurring a Recordable Accident. Bell commented, “This is a significant achievement and those involved should be very proud of the hard work and huge commitment that was required to make this happen.”
This Accident Free milestone for the Claireville plant is of special significance as it reflects the dedication Club Coffee brings to all levels of its business. “With new employees and new equipment, safety really must be front and centre” stated Bell. Club Coffee strives to put best practices first and understands the importance of food safety for our consumers and safety in production process for our employees. It is these practices that build trust and the foundation for good business.
The 101 Claireville location in Etobicoke was opened in 2013 to handle Club Coffee’s growing single serve beverage business. The expansion added seven new packaging lines and created 175 new jobs as part of a $25 million dollar investment by Club Coffee – a 100 year old Canadian Company. Never shy on investing in people or innovation, Claireville’s production facility now makes the eco-friendly soft pod that works in the Keurig and Keurig 2.0 machines.The plant will also handle the production of Club Coffee’s new 100% Compostable Pod estimated to hit the market in 2015.
Photo - Premier Kathleen Wynne announces support by the province for Club Coffee on April 1st 2014 for their Claireville expansion and creation of 175 new jobs.