QUALINET INVESTS $5M IN THE OPENING OF 12 NEW BRANCHES IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
June 20, 2022
AN EXPANSION PLAN THAT ADAPTS TO QUÉBEC’S URBAN CHANGES
The President and CEO of Qualinet, Mr. Éric Pichette, is proud to announce that his company will strengthen its presence throughout Quebec with the planned addition of 12 new branches by 2024, representing an investment of $5 million.
This expansion plan aims to bring Qualinet closer to certain localities or regions that have seen their population increase in recent years. Indeed, since the beginning of the pandemic, a known phenomenon of population migration has led citizens to live in new areas that now deserve to operate Qualinet branches. In addition, the approach aims to respond even more quickly to emergency calls from its customers in the event of a disaster.
"We are pleased to see that Qualinet has the wind in its sails and that the demand for disaster services from our organization is constantly growing," said Mr. Pichette. “In the minds of Quebecers, we have become the reference in the event of an emergency and it is crucial that we are always available for the people who rely on Qualinet. By adding these points of service everywhere, we will strengthen our presence and be able to respond quickly,” concludes Mr. Pichette.
Thanks to its reputation and the excellent working conditions of its teams, Qualinet has a qualified workforce in all regions.
“Recently, two major Quebec insurance companies joined the prestigious list of Qualinet clients. These insurers refer their policyholders to us in the event of a disaster claim. The arrival of these major institutional accounts in the Qualinet family motivates the expansion of our network with 12 new branches,” concludes Mr. Pichette.
Here is the list of cities and sectors where the next branches will be opened following the increase in demand from Qualinet: Montreal Island, Gaspésie, Lac Saint-Jean, Mont-Laurier, Mont-Tremblant, Granby, Charlevoix, Rivière-du-Loup, Amqui, Salaberry de Valleyfield, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and La Tuque.