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GSky moves into new offices

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The new space sits in downtown Vancouver.

| August 30, 2011

GSky Plant Systems, Inc, a provider of Green Walls in North America, has moved into its new office  in downtown Vancouver. The new office space, adjacent to the historic Gastown District, doubles the company’s previous space and houses GSky’s finance, administration, sales, engineering and maintenance operations.

“We’ve been growing quickly the past couple of year. This new office gives us plenty of space to work and provide the kind of designs and services GSky clients have come to know,” said GSky President, Chad Sichello. “Our new headquarters is convenient to Vancouver’s rail system and downtown business district, so it makes it easy for clients to come see the latest products GSky has to offer.”

Those products include GSky’s new Smart Wall cabinets, which are on full display in the headquarters location.  GSky’s new Pro, Versa and Basic wall systems also will be on display to give clients a complete overview of GSky’s design and technology leadership in the green industry.

 

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