July 14, 2015
Today, Senior Officials at Dymon Storage Corporation announced its ten (10) year expansion plan for Toronto, ON involving the construction of approximately eighty (80) storage facilities in the Greater GTA (defined as the area north to Newmarket, south to the Lakeshore, west to Hamilton, and east to Oshawa/Whitby). Upon completion, Dymon will have over 10 Million square feet of its industry leading storage facilities in the Toronto area.
Dymon Storage began operations in the Nation’s Capital where it now controls over 72% of the entire marketplace in Ottawa, and is presently the 4th largest self storage company in Canada. Dymon Storage has deliberately positioned itself in the mainstream by locating facilities in highly visible, high traffic locations, usually adjacent to big box retail developments. Dymon has also installed solar power installations on the rooftops of its storage facilities under long term contracts with Ontario Power Authority, and is now the largest private sector producer of electricity in the City of Ottawa.
“Dymon Storage represents an entirely new storage paradigm offering a very strong value proposition for customers” said Brent Wilson, President of the Dymon Group of Companies. “In addition to our attractive architecture and state-of-the-art storage solutions for personal and business use, Dymon offers a unique array of products and ancillary services including DymonShred (a drop-off shredding service), DymonDoc (a unique customer-managed file archiving system), DymonMine (an on-line marketplace to buy and sell items), DymonBox (an eco-friendly plastic bin rental alternative to traditional cardboard boxes), and DymonMoves (a professional in-house moving service available to customers who wish to enhance the move-in experience).”
Dymon’s unique features include a free truck and driver at move-in, 24 hour access (365 days per year), total humidity and climate controlled facilities, an enclosed drive-in bay that protects customers from the weather, advanced security surveillance with high definition cameras and biometric scanners, a security Command Centre providing 24/7 coverage, and extended retail hours. “These features have combined to create a new benchmark for the industry” said Glen Luckman, CEO of the Dymon Group of Companies.
“We are extremely pleased with the continued growth and success of Dymon Storage” said Luckman. “Our passion for meeting and exceeding the expectations of our customers, and our ongoing commitment to introduce business innovations are being very well received in the Ottawa marketplace! Dymon is excited to bring an unparalleled storage experience to the Toronto marketplace”