TORONTO, Ont. – Kinedyne Canada, one of the industry’s leading cargo control companies, officially opened the doors to its new facility just north of Toronto recently.
Kinedyne’s suppliers, supporters and other industry professionals recently joined together to celebrate the company’s move, tour the facility and hear about new Kinedyne projects. Derek Lee, MP for Scarborough-Rouge River, was also on-hand for the event, welcoming Kinedyne to the riding and congratulating the team on its thriving business. Other special guests included Jim Klausman, owner of Kinedyne Corporations, and Carole Jenkins, the wife of the late Jim Jenkins, a highly respected, long-time employee of Kinedyne Canada. Both Klausman and Jenkins joined Lee in the ribbon cutting.
“This move represents the growth and success of the past and the opportunities of the future,” said Kinedyne officials in a release.
The new 60,000 sq.-ft. facility is located at 160 Dynamic Drive in Markham, Ont. In addition to a much larger space, it also boasts higher ceilings which allows for more racking to hold products; six dock level bay doors; one drive-in bay; a completely revamped office; wireless and fibre optics throughout the office; not to mention an ideal location between highways 401 and 407.
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