Maclean-Stornoway relationship shines bright


Collingwood, Ontario, April 28, 2015 – MacLean Engineering’s Val d’Or, Quebec office recently marked the shipment of a fleet of Scissor Bolters and Utility Vehicles to the Stornoway Diamond Corporation’s (“Stornoway”) Renard Project in northern Quebec.

“Stornoway’s ability to bring the Renard Diamond Project forward to its imminent operational phase is a remarkable achievement, made even more so by the degree of collaboration required across sectors and suppliers,” noted MacLean Engineering President, Kevin MacLean. “We are honoured to be supporting these efforts, and that we are able to play our part in making Quebec’s first diamond mine a reality.”

“The continuous innovation commitment we have made to Stornoway is how we have been doing business for over 40 years,” added MacLean Engineering founder and Chairman Don MacLean. “I’m thrilled that the MacLean approach to designing safe, practical, and durable equipment solutions for the hard rock environment will now be put to use supporting Stornoway’s resource development vision in the province.”

MacLean Engineering is a global provider of underground mining equipment and service solutions, with its head office and manufacturing facility in Collingwood, Ontario, and a branch office in Val d’Or, in the heart of Quebec’s Abitibi mining region.

About MacLean Engineering
MacLean Engineering is a privately-owned company specializing in the design, manufacture and marketing of high quality mechanized equipment for the Underground Mining, Commercial and Municipal Sectors, through a global network of customer support locations. The mining division provides customers with practical and innovative solutions for underground tunneling and mining operations through a comprehensive line of mobile support and service vehicles, including platform and utility bolters, shotcrete sprayers and transmixers, remote operated drills, mobile rock breakers and water cannons, and a full suite of Mine-Mate™ utility vehicles and attachments. To learn more, please visit