Company Overview of Otis Canada, Inc.
Otis Canada, Inc. manufactures elevators. Otis Canada, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in Burlington, Canada. Otis Canada, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Otis Elevator Company.
4475 North Service Road
P.O. Box 5089
Burlington, ON L7R 0A3
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for Otis Canada, Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Otis Canada, Inc. Key Developments
Otis Canada Win Contract to Supply 54 Elevators and Modernise Two Existing Units for the $2 Billion
Dec 15 16
Otis Canada has won a contract to supply 54 elevators and modernise two existing units for the $2 billion O-Train Confederation Line, which is the first phase of Ottawa's electric Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. Otis Canada has won a contract to supply 54 elevators and modernise two existing units for the $2 billion O-Train Confederation Line, which is the first phase of Ottawa's electric Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. Otis signed the supply contract with OLRT Constructors, a consortium comprising EllisDon, Dragados and SNC-Lavalin. The agreement also includes a ten-year Otis maintenance contract.Under the contract, Otis will provide 44 Gen2 elevators, ten special freight elevators, and modernise two additional lifts.Many of the elevators will combine Otis's Gen2 technology with custom-designed glass cabs.
Otis Canada Inc. Wins Contract to Provide 44 Gen2® Elevators, 10 Special Freight Elevators, and to Modernize Two Additional Elevators
Dec 13 16
Otis Canada Inc. was awarded the contract to provide 44 Gen2® elevators, 10 special freight elevators, and to modernize two additional elevators. Many of the elevators will combine Otis' innovative Gen2 technology with custom-designed glass cabs for an exceptional riding experience. The agreement with OLRT Constructors, a consortium composed of EllisDon, Dragados and SNC-Lavalin, includes a 10-year Otis maintenance contract. The more than $2 billion O-Train Confederation Line is Ottawa's, when construction was completed on the 202-kilometer Rideau Canal connecting the city with Kingston, Ontario. The new rail line will provide light rail transit service along a 12.5-kilometer, 13-station route. Three of the stations are underground, and interconnected by a 2.5-kilometer tunnel that spans the city's downtown core.
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