National Truck League celebrates opening of new Mississauga office
October 24, 2011
LONDON, Ont. -- National Truck League has expanded its operations with the addition of a new office location in Mississauga, Ont. The insurance provider invited staff, customers and even Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion to its grand opening...
National Truck League kicked off its tenure in Mississauga with a visit from the mayor herself: Hazel McCallion (second from left). From left to right are Jas Sahota, McCallion, Rod Stiller and Charlie Singh.
LONDON, Ont. — National Truck League has expanded its operations with the addition of a new office location in Mississauga, Ont. The insurance provider invited staff, customers and even Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion to its grand opening event Oct. 22.
Company president Rod Stiller says the new office will operate as an extension of its London head office with a full line of products and services, including WSIB alternative, health, commercial, home and automobile insurance.
“[Our clients] called us and they have been asking, ‘Can you provide home and automobile insurance?'” Stiller told Truck News at the event. “Now we have the companies to do that and new expertise to do that.”
Part of that expertise comes in the form of Jas Sahota and Charlie Singh, a husband and wife team that have been selling home and auto insurance in for about 12 years.
“Many of our clients have indicated they want to be protected by one brokerage,” said Sahota, who serves as office manager at the new location. “We are providing our clients with that opportunity. We want to look after all their protection needs.”
Stiller says the location was strategically selected to meet the needs of National Truck League’s South Asian customer base.
“With this Mississauga office we are reaching out to our Toronto and GTA clients and to the South Asian community which is a big part of our customer base. Just to be accessible, to be able to help you, to list and to provide the information and the service that is required from this industry and this community,” Stiller told the crowd during the ribbon-cutting. “We are very excited to be in this community and we hope that over time we will be able to bring jobs to this community.”
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