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GAL Power Systems Announced Expansion with Opening of New Location in Quebec City

Quebec City, Canada, August 12th, 2015 – GAL Power Systems recognized as one of the leading power generator and climate control companies in Canada, is announcing that it will be opening a new location in Quebec City in the province of Quebec. 

"Quebec has always been a good market for GAL Power Systems,” says Luis A. Salazar, President of GAL Power Systems. “The wide variety of clients there has shown wonderful loyalty and there continues to be new companies to do business with. An office in Quebec City will help to improve what's already been a successful expansion into further markets in the province."
"It's safe to say that the past year has shown that when the power goes out or a disaster strikes, people want a backup heating, cooling, or generator system delivered as soon as possible to help them managebusiness interruptions and limit financial losses," Salazar concludes. "Having a location in one of Quebec's most important urban markets helps further GAL Power Systems’ promise of quality, safety and customer centricity. We’re looking forward to serving businesses and building further partnerships in this area."

The Quebec City expansion will be GAL Power Systems’ fourth site in Quebec, adding to its current three branches in Montreal, Saguenay, and Fermont. This expansion is part of the company's ongoing growth strategy and will be paired with another branch opening simultaneously in London, Ontario.

This expansion comes during GAL Power's 30th anniversary year and continues the company's pace of development following the 2014 acquisition of L.M. Temperature Control, Inc. The added reach to GAL Power Systems' network will also enable better emergency services.


GAL Power Systems has been a leader in generator and climate control solutions since 1985. With a location already present in Toronto, Ontario, GAL Power Systems are eager for their upcoming expansion to Quebec.

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