Fuse Alliance expands into Canada with two new members

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Aurora, Colo.—Fuse Alliance recently announced the organization’s expansion into Canada with new members Tri-Can Contract of Markham, Ontario and RGO Flooring of Calgary, Alberta.  “Our expansion into Canada is key to supporting Fuse Alliance’s end user opportunities as well as the relationships with our preferred supplier partners,” said Ken Daniels, vice president, Fuse Alliance.

Since 1980, Tri-Can Contract has provided customers in Toronto and across Canada a wide variety of hard and soft surface flooring solutions. With hundreds of years of combined experience, the Tri-Can team serves customers from all market segments and is specialized in the commercial, industrial, healthcare, condominium, and government sectors. Quality, integrity and trust are the pillars of Tri-Can’s business philosophy and the reason for the company’s success for more than 30 years.

Focused primarily on commercial office interiors, RGO Flooring also services healthcare, institutional, and multi-family/high-rise condominium customers in Calgary. Founded in 2008, RGO Flooring differentiates itself with its expertise and high service levels. Tim Johnson, president, RGO Flooring shared, “by executing our projects properly and in a friendly manner, we put ourselves in the position to be the flooring contractor of choice when a choice exists.” RGO is a member of the Deloitte 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada.

For more about Fuse, visit fusealliance.com.

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