IKO Pacific Inc.
What makes us unique
The company was founded in 1951. It first manufactured building paper and then expanded to include coated roll roofing. Its first asphalt shingle was made in 1954, and the rest, as they say, is history.
The company thrived and grew, first establishing itself in eastern Canada with the opening of the Brampton, Ontario, shingle plant in 1959. Success in Brampton led to further expansion, next into the European market with the construction of a shingle plant in Ham, Belgium, in 1972. Expansion continued in Canada, with the addition of a new facility in Hawkesbury, Ontario, in 1976.
IKO entered the U.S. marketplace in 1979 through various acquisitions and has since expanded its presence by building new plants across North America.
IKO Pacific our Sumas location was opened in 1999.
IKO is among the top vertically-integrated manufacturers in its industry, making almost every major component that goes into its roofing shingles and related roofing products.
IKO Pacific currently has 118 full time employees, both hourly and salary. We run both a shingle line and modified line. Shingle roofing that is commonly seen on homes while modified roofing is rolled roofing that is found on the commercial buildings. We pride ourselves on quality, workmanship, and safety of our employees providing our customers with outstanding products and service.
We run three shifts on shingle line, four on modified line and these are rotating shifts. Full medical, dental vision and 401K are offered after 60 days. We are currently offering internships in several departments including engineering, mechanical, and production. We offer competitive wages and room for advancement.