January 15, 2014 by Staff Report
Strongco announcd the grand opening of its newest location in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, a suburb of Quebec City on January 13.
The $8.6-million investment in the new facility will replace the old Sainte-Foy branch, better positioning the company as a leader in the Quebec region. On eight acres, the new 40,500 square foot facility will have 10 service bays to significantly increase the company’s capacity. The new facility will employ approximately 40 people, including 15 trained technicians.
“We have an outstanding team in this region that has achieved excellent customer satisfaction in new equipment sales and, importantly, in the product support business, from a facility that dates back to the 1960s,” stated Bob Dryburgh, president and CEO of Strongco. “I am confident that this group will achieve a new, even higher, level of performance now that they have a much larger, better located, state-of-the-art facility to service our valued customers in Quebec.”
The new Saint-Augustin branch will provide best-in-class customer service in the greater Quebec City area, eastern Quebec and Northern Quebec.