Kicking Horse Industrial Park

Pipestone Flyer

A meeting was held in Millet on Wednesday evening, January 14, 2015 at the Millet Agriplex to notify and field questions from tax ratepayers and interested parties in conjunction with the newest industrial park in Central Alberta.  

On Thursday, January 15, 2015 at the County of Wetaskiwin, a meeting was hosted by JEDI to announce to the municipalities involved (City of Wetaskiwin, County of Wetaskiwin and the Town of Millet) regarding the future 141 acre, fully serviced industrial park.

The industrial park is being developed by Tyran Transport Ltd, with Elvern Esau, president and Evan Raycraft, project manager.  The park will consist of a unique mix of business opportunities; light industrial, commercial and warehousing.

This centralized location will accommodate a quick commute to a number of nearby centres. Nisku Industrial Park is only 30 kms. away, City of Leduc – 21 kms., City of Camrose – 58 kms., City of Edmonton – 36 kms., City of Wetaskiwin – 24 kms. and Town of Millet – 9 kms. 

The location of this new project will be adjacent to QE11 Highway and Highway 616 Overpass.  Visible from Alberta’s Major Highway Corridor with easy access for all sizes & types of vehicles.  It will provide hassle free transportation of goods & services to Local, Provincial & International markets utilizing EIA, Wetaskiwin Regional Airport, rail & trucking.

For more information and inquires about the new kid on the block in Central Alberta, you can contact Rick Wilson at 780-312-3006 or Patrick Lough at 250-427-6237.

 

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