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A warm welcome to Ward Chemical

Planet Telecom would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new client - Ward Chemical.

Since 1985, Ward Chemical has been producing high quality calcium chloride, while working to discover and develop new, useful, unique and interesting applications for Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Construction, Heavy Industry, Transportation and more.
Furthering the commitment to deliver based on a client's specific needs, Ward is able to generate custom concentrations based on unique client specifications -
enabling clients to get exactly what they need!

Head Officed in Edmonton, Ward Chemical is the largest producer of Calcium Chloride in Western Canada, supplying CaCl2 to clients all over British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the northern United States.
Ward's approach is to be a second to none service provider to their client base - offering an extremely high quality product, an efficient, well run logistics department, and a relationship based approach to customer service.

With multiple locations and partnerships throughout Western Canada and the United States - the Ward Chemical Team has been able to realize some key communication efficiencies
by migrating to the Compello platform by Planet Telecom, and we're happy to have been able to be a part of the solution for an Edmonton based company with a proud history of excellence that spans over 35 years.

You can learn more about Ward Chemical here, or drop them a line at 780-436-4832.

Welcome aboard Ward Chemical!

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