Expanding in Western Canada, SCM opens Langley office near Vancouver
October 25, 2017 | 10:02 am CDT
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SCM Group Vancouver (Langley) BC office.
LANGLEY, B.C. - SCM branches out to Western Canada with the opening of its Vancouver, British Columbia area location in Langley.
 
"Our recent location opening in the Western Canadian market is a direct response to the need to increase our footprint from a sales and service standpoint," says Richard Bluteau, Director of Sales. "SCM’s year-over-year growth has allowed us to expand our capabilities to better sustain business. As we're seeing industry growth trends continue on the uptick, we look forward to maximizing new opportunities in the BC and Alberta market."
 
Following those rising demands in the marketplace, SCM transitioned its 30 years of Western Canadian distribution presence into a permanent location. SCM says the Vancouver-area office allows it to be closer to its customers with direct personnel, including service and sales staff, positioning it as committed to being a dedicated machinery partner to the Western Canadian market. Contact SCM’s Vancouver office at 604-882-8200, 877-899-1726 or visit scmgroupna.com
 
 
 
 

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