Upper Canada Forest Products makes ‘Best Managed Gold’ list again
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This is the fifth consecutive year that Upper Canada Forest Products has won Best Managed status and the second year in a row that the company has earned the Gold Standard designation in Deloitte’s annual Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program.
 

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Upper Canada Forest Products was selected as a 2021 Best Managed Gold Standard Winner by Deloitte, a worldwide business accounting and consulting company.

This is the fifth consecutive year that Upper Canada has won Best Managed status and the second year in a row that the company has earned the Gold Standard designation in Deloitte’s annual Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program.
 
Upper Canada Forest Products is part of the UCS Forest Group of Companies, which includes Sierra Forest Products in the US, UCS Global internationally, and A&M Wood Specialty in Ontario. Upper Canada has been serving Canadian customers for 35 years, with facilities in Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Edmonton, Calgary, and Toronto.

“We are extremely proud to be recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for a fifth consecutive year,” said Warren Spitz, president and CEO of the UCS Forest Group of Companies. “Our culture of care is critical to our success and nurtured by our values —professionalism, integrity, commitment, innovation, and sustainability.” 

Launched in 1993, the Best Managed program evaluates the management skills and practices, as well as the resulting business performance, of privately owned and managed companies with annual revenues exceeding $15 million.

Other Canadian companies earning the Gold Standard award include Koltech Windows & Entrance Systems, Palliser, and Weston Wood Solutions.
 

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