ECS Re-Qualified as One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies with Platinum Designation

May 12, 2023

Electrical Cable Supply (ECS) is proud to announce that have been re-certified as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies with the prestigious Platinum designation for the 6th year in a row. This is the highest accolade in the Best Managed program, and is a testament to the hard work, dedication, and commitment of our staff, management and shareholders.

For the past 12 years, ECS has continually been recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies.

“We are proud of our accomplishments, which reflect our commitment to innovation, customer service, sustainability, and quality management. We are also grateful for the continued support of our customers and suppliers, who have been the key drivers in our success,” said the company via press release.

This recognition has put ECS in a unique position to expand our business presence in Canada and beyond. By understanding the current trends and utilizing the latest technology, they can provide our customers with superior service and quality products.

“We would like to thank our staff, and all of our customers and suppliers for their support in helping ECS become one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. We look forward to the next chapter in our continued progress and success,” Hossein Mohseni, Chief Operating Officer at ECS.

“We are excited for the future and look forward to capitalizing on the many opportunities that this recognition has provided us with. Our commitment to excellence and to our people are the core pillars to our success, and our team is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of service. ECS will continue to provide a healthy, fulfilling work environment for its team across Canada.”

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