Volant’s growth spurred by product & service demand

The Volant Group of Companies (Volant) has announced the expansion of its operations by taking lease of a new building space immediately north of its current headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta. Volant has signed a long-term lease for an additional 36 000 ft² of space, bringing its total warehouse and office space to approximately 124 000 ft². This move is due to increased operations and staff expansion over the past year and to meet an ever increasing demand for its innovative product offerings within the oil & gas industry. Volant officially moved into the new space 2 March 2015.

“We moved into our flagship facility about four years ago and with the success we have experienced we are now compelled to expand our operations,” stated Dan Shute, President of Volant. “Volant has been evaluating its need for additional space for the past year to support our growth projections during the next 5 years. We are confident that this additional building space will meet both ours and our customers’ needs now and into the future.”

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Published on 20/03/2015

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