Graybar Canada to Open New Branch in Vaughan, Ontario!

Graybar Canada

 

October 4, 2018

Graybar Canada is pleased to announce the opening of a new branch in Vaughan, Ontario, beginning this fall. Located near Highway 427 and 407, the new 90,000 sq./ft facility will be a consolidation of the existing Markham and Mississauga branches. As Graybar Canada’s biggest branch to date, Vaughan will be an electrical, comm/data, automation and wire warehouse hub for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). To service our current and local customers in Mississauga, Graybar Canada will be opening a counter pick-up location around the corner at 160 Brunel Road. 

“For several years we’ve been looking at ways to grow business and better serve our customers in the GTA,” says Brian Thomas, executive vice president and general manager of Graybar Canada. “With more and more customers taking advantage of our full lines of business, it makes sense for us to position ourselves in a central location.”

For more information https://www.graybarcanada.com/2018/10/graybar-canada-open-new-branch-vaughan-ontario/

 

 

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