Equicapita Income Trust and Income LP (“Equicapita”) are pleased to announce expansion at I-XL. The three largest I-XL locations in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton have all recently completed significant renovations and have opened design centers to better serve customers. These new spaces provide many more resources and design tools to help architects, designers, builders, and their customers choose the right product for their projects. I-XL has vastly increased the number of stone and brick profiles and colors from which to choose and introduced 3 new lines. I-XL continues to build on its leadership position in architectural masonry. In the spring of 2020 I-XL is also bringing this design center model to the Greater Toronto Area, and expects to have a location announcement in the coming weeks. I-XL is extremely enthusiastic about its reception so far in Eastern Canada and the opportunity in this initiative.
For more information please contact: Greg Tooth, Director, Tel: 587.887.1527, Email: email@example.com
About Equicapita: Founded in 2013, Equicapita is a private company buyout fund based in Calgary, Alberta and Burlington, Ontario with ~ $300 million in AUM focused on acquiring Canadian businesses with enterprise values ranging from $5 million to $30+ million.
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