FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TARGET LOGISTICS TAPS INDUSTRY VETERANS FOR
Workforce housing leader poised to enter new markets
EDMONTON, ALBERTA – October 23, 2013 – Target Logistics announces the appointment of Stewart Orange and Ross Sturgeon as business development managers for its newly formed Canadian division. Both have extensive backgrounds in modular construction and the workforce housing sector and initially will focus on the Western Provinces.
Target Logistics currently operates 17 properties in the United States, Mexico and Australia housing some 5,400 oil, gas and mining workers. The company merged in February with Algeco Scotsman, the global leader in modular space solutions, a partnership that allows both companies to enter new markets.
“Canada is the next logical geography for expansion. To break through, it was critical that we sought out individuals who understand the market and can drive our product point-of-difference,” says Troy Schrenk, Target Logistics senior vice president of business development. “We’re fortunate to get Orange and Sturgeon on-board to help drive the development of this market.”
About Target Logistics
Target Logistics, an Algeco Scotsman company, operates in some of the world’s most remote environments supporting oil, gas and mining operations, government agencies, disaster relief and large-scale events with temporary workforce lodging, mobile crew camps and extended-stay hotels. Named by Inc. magazine in 2012 and 2013 as one of “America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies,” the company has administrative headquarters in Boston; operational headquarters in The Woodlands, TX; and offices in Williston, ND; Denver, CO; Edmonton, AB; and Sydney, AU. Visit www.targetlogistics.net or call (800) 832-4242.
Randy E. Pruett
Pierpont Communications for Target Logistics
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