Accès Location+ Chosen as One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Photo by Accès Location+

Accès Location+ Chosen as One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

Quebec rental company Accès Location+ has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2019, one of Canada’s leading business awards. The company distinguished itself by its expertise, quick and efficient service and the quality of the equipment it offers to its customers.

An aerial equipment specialist, Accès Location+ has experienced solid sustained growth in recent years. Large investments in the purchase of equipment, the construction a new head office, and new technology has fueled the company’s growth, as well as its teah of more than 50 employees.

“This understanding crowns all the efforts and exceptional work of all the members of my team who are involved in the development of Accès Location+,” said Accès Location+ president Luc Bertrand. “I am proud of the company’s evolution through the years and we are certainly not done surprising you.”

An international symbol of excellence, Canada’s Best Managed Companies is Canada’s leading business awards program, which provides the principal list of companies owned and managed by Canadians known for their innovative business practices.

“This year’s Best Managed winners are a testament to the success of companies gained by investing in talent, deliberate innovation and long-term thinking,” said Brigitte Vachon, partner and leader of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program for Quebec. “These companies should be proud of their accomplishment and their responsibility to act as role models for other Canadian companies.”

Accès Location+ is headquartered in Beloeil, Quebec, Canada, part of the greater Montreal area. The company has a fleet of more than 850 machines and is No. 97 on the RER 100.

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