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North York, ON, Canada    
(416) 747-0858 or 1-866-ARN-DIST (276-3478)
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Montreal, QC, Canada    
(514) 388-8286
Description:   ATM: Profits for you AND convenience for your customers. Why?
Each Transaction increases your revenue
More cash spent in your business
Increases impulse buying and cu...
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Toronto, ON, Canada    
(416) 778-1484 or 1-888-275-4538 ext 200
Description:   Canadist International is an exclusive importer and wholesale distributor of fine food service equipment and supplies marketed primarily through its vast sales network acros...
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Nepean, ON, Canada    
(613) 565-2375
Description:   CanaREP Inc. is Manufacturers Representative in the Electronic Components Industry.

Through providing a superior level of service to our Customers and Principals we strive ...
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Woodbridge, ON, Canada    
(905) 660-4600
Description:   Collis Group Inc is a sales and marketing organization representing quality manufacturer’s products in the province of Ontario.

The company specializes in bringing specif...
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Markham, ON, Canada    
(905) 475-8376
Description:   Davidson Furniture Specialties Ltd. is a contract furniture manufacturer and distributor serving the educational and hospitality markets for more than 50 years....
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Beauport, QC, Canada    
(418) 666-5575
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