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About Canarm LTD.

Canarm Ltd. was created in 1980 by the merger of Danor and Canadian Armature Works. In 1986, Canarm purchased a Montreal ceiling fan Company and their facility became our main distribution centre for imported products. It also provided us with a local Quebec sales office and showroom. In 1990 we entered the Retail Lighting market, and we now have one of the most extensive lighting lines in North America.

We have built our business relationships in China over the past 25 years. All operations are centralized in Zhongshan China. Our team of professionals manages our engineering, quality and logistics. The infrastructure in China ensures outstanding, consistent quality with on time delivery, whether it be single or multiple sku's per container.

We are honoured to have been chosen as one of “Canada's Best Managed Companies” for 2012, an award given to companies who have demonstrated excellence in customer service, employee relations, supplier relations, growth, and other criteria established by an independent adjudication body. Canarm was previously recognized in 2002, 2003 and 2004.

A growth strategy formulated in 2003 led to a series of mergers and acquisitions over the next several years. In April, 2004, Canarm acquired the assets of Florida Lighting Inc., a Toronto-based manufacturer of decorative and functional fluorescent lighting products. This acquisition launched what is now a fully developed line of fluorescent products that are sold into the consumer and industrial markets.

Canarm is a global marketer and manufacturer of lighting, air moving and related products, supplying the residential and agriculture markets. Our customers are wholesalers, retailers and distributors. We meet these customers’ expectations and serve them best by:

  • Striving for continuous improvement and cost leadership
  • Treating employees, suppliers and other stakeholders equitably
  • Maintaining integrity in all relationships
  • Aspiring for controlled growth and achieving a strong position in selected markets
  • Expecting a reasonable return on investment
  • Contributing back to the communities in which we live and work