Trade-Mark Industrial Moves to larger space
New, centrally-located home will enhance efficiencies and ability to respond to customer needs.
Kitchener Trade-Mark Industrial Inc., a Kitchener, Ontario-based, family- owned, multi-trade contractor serving primarily Southwestern Ontario, is moving to a 365,000 square foot building situated on 24 acres. The company’s new home will be conveniently located at 250 Royal Oak Road in the Cambridge Business Park near the 401 expressway and becomes the headquarters for all of its companiesTrade-Mark Industrial Inc., Trade-Mark Industrial LLC, TM3 Inc. and United Electric. The transition to the new facility will take some time and as a result will be conducted in phases commencing October of 2014.
“Trade-Mark is going through a planned expansion stage right now. As a result of this process we
realized our present buildings, yard space and layout were inadequate and inefficient,” explains Russ
Straus, President and Founder of Trade-Mark Industrial Inc. “After months of searching and negotiating
we have acquired a new business location that will allow Trade-Mark to consolidate all of our companies
and operations under one roof and accommodate our future growth needs.”
Trade-Mark is known throughout the industry for their ability to provide 24/7 service whether their
clients require project support, motor rewinds, trade services or equipment rentals. “Here at Trade-
Mark one of the foundations of our success has been our ability to respond to our clients’ needs in a
timely, professional manner,” states Dan Straus, Vice-President of Finance at Trade-Mark Industrial Inc.
“Moving our operations to 250 Oak Road will allow us to enhance that capability. The new, larger facility
will create office, equipment and IT efficiencies and the location itself is just minutes away from
Highway 401 and interchanges at Highway 8 and 24. This means we’ll be able to reduce the time it takes
for our equipment and crews to physically arrive on site.”
The move to 250 Royal Oak Road will benefit Trade-Mark, their clients and the local economy too.
“Growing our business is a key component of our company strategy going forward,” says Russ Straus.
“As our business expands we’ll require more employees. By making the move to the larger facility we
will have the room to accommodate the addition of new tradesmen and office staff to our team.”