LJL Mécanique Électrique has become an important player mining and forestry industry in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, in Northern Québec and Canada, whether recruiting technical personnel, rebuilding mobile equipment or manufacturing various parts.
Louison Jalbert and his friend and work colleague Jacques Laferenière founded LJL in 1993. Former mechanics at the underground Selbaie mine who were laid off, the two men began offering their mining equipment reconditioning services in Mr. Lafrenière’s garage, in Authier. In view of the ever-increasing interest in their services by the mines, they moved to larger premises in Sainte-Germaine-Boulé, where our production workshop and offices are still located.
Over the years and with the help of a growing team, the company’s offer of services was enhanced.
Holding many values in common with the founders of the company, Gino, Dominic and Marc successively joined the team and carried on with the work first laid out by the founders. Their knowledge, careful listening skills and their efforts, combined with the dedicated work by each of the group’s 175 employees are all elements that explain the growing presence of LJL in the sector.
Our vision for the future is simple:
Consolidating and increasing our business relationships by allowing our current and future customers to benefit from our vast offer of services to meet their needs.