Congebec Inc. acquires Shamrock Cold Storage, Inc.



In order to build its presence in Toronto and increase its pan-Canadian development, Congebec Inc., the most important cold storage provider in Quebec and 2nd in Canada, is proud to announce the acquisition of Shamrock Cold Storage, Inc., renown cold storage expert in Toronto.

Shamrock has developed a refrigeration expertise for the food supply chain recognized by Toronto’s market. Founder Mike Nother’s experience and expertise and his qualified employees will help consolidate Congebec’s new operations in Toronto and increase its presence within that market.

Shamrock’s clients’ food products will be transferred to Congebec’s storage facility in Toronto, therefore providing them with new distribution opportunities throughout the country. With Congebec’s transport services and its numerous storage facilities from East to West, this new clientele will be offered a new range of opportunities for its market development strategies at a national level.

About Congebec

Founded in Quebec, Congebec Inc. is the most important cold storage provider in the province, 2nd in Canada and 12th in North America. Counting on over 400 employees, the company is the only one to offer those services in Montreal and Quebec. Its clients can count on 12 modern facilities and over 50 million storage cubic feet in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.


SOURCE Congébec Logistique Inc.

For further information: Congebec Inc., France Pomerleau, National strategic development director, 514-648-1712 ext.1508,

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