To increase competitiveness and foster innovation within Québec’s agrifood industry by means of R&D support, consumer research and the transfer of technical knowledge.
CINTECH in a nutshell
Since 1994, Cintech has been offering expertise and technological support to Québec’s agrifood businesses seeking to increase their
Located at the heart of an agrifood technopole, Cintech recognized by the authorities as a Centre collégial de transfert, affiliated to the Cégep de Saint Hyacinthe.
Throughout the years, Cintech has accompanied countless businesses of all sizes, including multinationals, in the achievement of hundreds of various mandates, whether for innovating, developing new products, improving existing products, optimizing organoleptic properties, or evaluating a product’s appeal to consumers, among
Cintech has developped lasting business relationships, in both the R&D and consumer research fields. A multidisciplinary team will assist you in
maximizing your potential for success and performance.
And all this, in keeping with the confidentiality and specificities of the
Research & development
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
SÉBASTIEN HAMEL, eng. MBA
GILLES CARDINAL, coopted member
KARINE MERCIER, assistant director, research and innovation
- CEGEP de Saint-Hyacinthe
ROBERT BRUNET, vice-president swine produtcion Eastern Canada
ANDRÉ BARNABÉ, general manager
- Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole
DOMINIQUE CHAUSSÉ, Deputy chief, investement officer
SIMON LACHARITÉ, senior relationship manager
- Farm credit Canada
EMMANUEL MONTINI, general manager
- CEGEP de Saint-Hyacinthe
SYLVAIN RACETTE, development director North America
The whole team at Cintech agroalimentaire is dedicated to maintaining the confidentiality of your information.
An agreement relative to the confidentiality of the project can be signed prior to begigning a project. Only the client will be entitled to
request the publication of any work.
Cintech Agroalimentaire is a Centre Collégial de Transfert de Technologie (CCTT) recognized by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES), and therefore its fees are admissible for a tax credit of 32% for any company duly registered as such with the Registraire du Québec, subject to approval from
the Ministère du Revenu du Québec.
This tax credit applies only to fees due for projects
carried out in Québec. For additional information, please visit the Ministère du Revenu du Québec website.
MAPAQ – Programme alimentation santé
MEI – Programme innovation
CRIBIQ – Programme de recherche
Cofinancement des projets de recherche collaborative innovants qui impliquent des entreprises partenaires et des IRPQ ayant pour intérêt commun le développement de produits biosourcés
Programme d’innovation dans les collèges et la communauté