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McInnis Has $100M Bronx Cement Plant But Rebuffs Service on National Bank of Canada

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 11 – McInnis Cement, headquartered in Montreal, built a $100 million facility in the South Bronx at 50 Oak Point Avenue. Now they are being sued by d'Amico Dry D.A.C. of Ireland, but are contesting having been served.

 On June 11 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Valerie E. Caproni held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.  

 D'Amico through its lawyers emphasized that the US McInnis is the same as the Canadian McInnis, and said they are seeking to attach assets in McInnis' account in the National Bank of Canada's New York branch. 

 Not so fast, Judge Caproni said, you are playing fast and loose. These are separate corporations. And McInnis has said its Bronx Terminal services other terminals in Providence, Rhode Island and Bangor, Maine and expects to sell 550,000 metric tons a year, up from 324,000 sold in 2019.

This was certified this month by McInnis' Edouard Ouellet - in Montreal. But has he been served?

 The case is d'Amico Dry d.a.c. v. McInnis Cement, Inc., 20-cv-3731 (Caproni). 


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