The Arctic Office Supply Group is looking to make an impact in the Arctic.
As part of its mission to supply the Arctic and Alaska with essential products, the company has set up shop in Fort McMurray.
The company is looking for experienced people who can deliver an excellent product to an Arctic office that needs it.
They’ll be doing the work in the Fort McMurdo facility, which is currently filled with supplies such as computers, tape, printers and ink cartridges.
“We have a very large number of office supplies and we want to make sure that they’re ready to go for the coming year,” says Jason Miller, the president and CEO of Arctic Office Supplies.
“It’s a huge opportunity to us.
It brings in a lot of people, and we’re excited to be working with them.”
Arctic Office is one of the few companies that has already started production in Fort Macleod, Alberta.
“This is a very unique place to start.
It has a very different culture, and the work environment is very different from other offices in the province,” Miller says.
“Our employees have very little contact with other people, which has a huge impact on our business.
It creates a lot more turnover, and that’s what is really important.”
Miller says he’s hoping to see the Arctic Office supply program grow to include the entire Arctic region.
“I think we’re going to see it grow, and I think we’ll see it become a very strong industry.”
Arctic office supplies are currently sourced from two locations in Canada: the Fort Chipewyan facility, on the Arctic Coast, and a Fort McMuro, Alberta, facility.
Both facilities have an annual production capacity of more than 200,000 kilograms of supplies, which are delivered via ship, truck or air freight.
For the current year, the Fort Maclesquam facility has shipped about 3,000 computers to Fort McMura.
The Fort Chipwyan facility has a capacity of about 100,000 to 200,00 kilograms of computer supplies.
Arctic Office supplies are being produced by a team of four people, including Miller, and are delivered directly to Fort Macdonald, which also hosts the Canadian Arctic International Airport.
The supply warehouse is currently in Fort McKay, Alberta and will be expanded to provide even more storage space.
“In addition to being an export hub, we have the opportunity to grow this product across Canada,” Miller said.
“At the moment we have about 15 people working in the facility.
We have about five employees that are working on other projects, and it’s not as large a group as we’d like it to be.”
Arctic supplies are used by government agencies, universities and corporations that need the computers.
It also can be used by businesses that need to ensure the safety of the supplies, such as a company that wants to run an Arctic research facility.
“There are many ways that Arctic supplies can be shipped and shipped to places like Fort McMorrido and then to Fort McKay.
We could just ship them by ship to Fort McDonald and then they’d have a ship to pick up and deliver to the company at Fort McKay,” Miller explains.
“So that is one route that we could take.
“And that’s really where we are going to find our growth opportunities. “
What we have to do is we have a certain amount of confidence in our processes and our product,” Miller continues.
“And that’s really where we are going to find our growth opportunities.
We need to be able to grow our supply chain as well as our supply base.
We really have to find that balance.”
Miller has been working at Arctic Office since last year.
In August, the organization received a $10 million grant from the Alberta Innovative Start-up Grant Program to help it expand.
The grant will help the company secure contracts, hire staff and set up offices in Fort Chipweyan and Fort McKay in the coming months.
The office supplies company currently employs about 80 people.
It currently has a supply warehouse in Fort McGregor, Alberta that has an annual capacity of 300,000-400,000 kg of supplies.
“The goal is to have our supply warehouse up and running in a couple of months, and then move to a larger facility in Fort Mackenzie,” Miller explained.
“That’s where we’re most focused right now.”
Miller said the business is currently looking for a warehouse that will accommodate a facility of 200,500 kilograms of equipment.
The Alberta Innovate Start-Up Grant program, which supports companies in need of infrastructure, is open to companies that are looking to hire new staff, and is available to companies with no more than 10 employees.
Miller hopes to expand the program to other locations soon.
“If we can find a warehouse in the same space as Fort McMoyne, we’re able to get a bigger warehouse and more people in a smaller space,” Miller continued.
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