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HELUKABEL, a manufacturer of cable, wire and cable accessories, has announced that its North American operations are growing with the opening of its HELUKABEL Canada headquarters in Toronto, Ontario.

The new facility, located at 3620B Laird Rd. in the Greater Toronto Area of Mississauga, will house Canadian corporate, sales and warehousing/distribution operations. With sales operations in Canada since 2008, product used to be shipped from the company's U.S.-based distribution center in Elgin, Ill. HELUKABEL says this new warehouse will allow the company’s products to be available for immediate shipment in Canada.

“Canada’s continued industrial and renewable energy expansion made adding a domestic distribution center a logical choice to further enhance our services to the market,” says Alex Kanouni, general manager of HELUKABEL Canada. “Being centrally located in the Greater Toronto Area allows us to reach the entire country within a few business days.”



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