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Started in 1983, Quad Engineering is celebrating over 30 years of successful business, having generated hundreds of millions of dollars into the Canadian economy. A solutions-oriented company, Quad Engineering offers a wide range of products and services to its clients, from mill components to complete mill installations - view here
In the Côte-Nord region of eastern Quebec the Port of Sept-Iles is bringing Canada’s ore to the world. The city of Sept-Iles, which hosts a population of about 26,000, is driven by the economy of the Port, and residents are reliant on the business of the Port, and tourism to the area.
The Blood Tribe in Alberta is the largest Indian Reserve in Canada with almost 12,000 members. The community occupies almost 1,300 square kilometres, bordered by the Old Man, St. Mart and Belly Rivers.
In Canada, customer service is everything: especially when it comes to buying vehicles.
One Ford Lincoln Dealership in Alberta is heads and shoulders above the rest when it comes to customer satisfaction and service: Woodridge Ford Lincoln in Calgary.
In the mid-90s, Juan Lledo had an inkling towards “being his own boss” and wanted to create a trucking company of a different kind: one that truly cared about customers, and its drivers. Out of that inkling, Pemberton Transport was created.
“I’m an entrepreneur, that’s how I’m wired,” Doug Friesen, President and Founder of TAK Logistics told CIO in a recent interview.
TAK, a company providing diversified logistics services in Canada, has been operating since 2006—but the company has more to show for its years than many of its competitors who have been in the logistics game longer.