Manulift Expands Its Reach in the GTA
Manulift E.M.I. recently announced the opening of a $10 million operations center in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), strategically situated on the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) in Stoney Creek, Ontario. Manulift will bring to the GTA a level of service and supply that are unsurpassed in the industry.
Manulift has a long history of helping construction contractors to improve their productivity and is present in other special markets as well. Manulift is proud to be a supplier to the Canadian Armed Forces and its machines are used for the construction of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT – an $8 billion project that will provide Toronto with a new world-class light rail system by 2021.
“We are privileged and honored to participate in the development of projects like the LRT in Toronto and we will be there as the Queen City continues to grow,” said Martin Drolet, president of Manulift.
The state-of-the-art service center in Stoney Creek covers some 2,800 m2. It is designed to cater to the needs of clients who work in building, tunneling, mining, public works, recycling and other industries.
“The addition of Manulift Stoney Creek (Hamilton) to our facilities in Calgary, Montreal and Quebec City and our national distribution network will allow us to accelerate our growth over the next 5 years,” added Mr. Drolet. “Manulift is the country’s leading supplier of compact, high-performance and made-for-safety telescopic equipment. Staying at the forefront of the industry drives our growth hour by hour, day by day.”
The choice and inventory of telescopic equipment you will find at Manulift are unmatched. They make for increased speed, increased security and increased cost efficiency on all manner of work sites and special projects, including Formula 1 racing.
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