Turbo Blower Manufacturer Ranked Among Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies

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PROFIT Magazine has ranked APG-Neuros No. 66 out of the top 500 of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies on the 25th annual PROFIT 500. Published in the summer issue of PROFIT Magazine and online at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their revenue growth over five years. APG-Neuros, manufacturer of high-speed turbo blowers for the municipal and industrial markets, made the PROFIT 500 list with a five-year revenue growth of 1,082 percent. 

“To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Fastest-Growing Companies in Canada, the PROFIT 500 has expanded to recognize the entrepreneurial achievements of more than 500 Canadian companies,” said Ian Portsmouth, editor-in-chief of PROFIT Magazine. “PROFIT is proud to now showcase Canada’s forward-thinking small business entrepreneurs and honor their talents and innovations.” 

Omar Hammoud, APG-Neuros CEO, said, “We are very honored to be recognized by the PROFIT 500. It has been a long road to success; through market education our product has increasingly gained acceptance by consulting engineers and end users alike. It is nice to see that our hard work and innovation have paid off. We are grateful to our team and sales representatives whose efforts have helped us achieve this recognition of our continued success. The recognition we received from our customers gives us further reassurance that we are on the right path to provide them product innovation and excellent service. We are very happy with the results.” 

APG-Neuros high-efficiency turbo blowers are considered as the industry reference for high efficiency and quality thanks to the use of the most advanced technologies such as impeller, proven air bearing, motor and blower aeration control system technologies. Customer benefits include energy savings of up to 35 percent, no heat rejection from the blower, lower installation costs, smaller footprint as well as vibration-free, flexible and quiet operation compared to conventional products.



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