Princess Auto is a family-owned, Canadian company employing over 2,500 Team Members, with our Home Office in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We serve our customers through 45 stores coast-to-coast, a National Call Centre, and our online store.
We serve the home mechanic, the repairperson, the trade professional, the inventor... basically, the “hands-on” type who likes to figure things out for themselves. We exist because of our customer. We aim to provide the tools and equipment they need, and offer an outstanding shopping experience backed by our Princess Auto Guarantee: "No sale is final until you’re satisfied". That means we will gladly repair, replace, or refund any product to your satisfaction. We mean it.
We are also a company that gives back to the community. One way we do this is through The Princess Auto Foundation, which provides financial assistance to skilled trades students enrolled at Canadian Colleges. Find out more at www.theprincessautofoundation.com
Princess Auto is the place where you can “Make It Work”!
Hardline™ Curling Equipment was established in 2009. Five curling buddies started the company, each bringing something to the table. Every step of the way we made certain that each and every product carried met our high standards. Even today, we test all products we manufacture - making sure that they are durable, functional and good value. Our commitment to you will always be the same: to inspire, educate and outfit you for a lifetime of curling.
Our first priority is your complete satisfaction with your Hardline™ purchase.
At Hardline™ Curling our team takes pride in the quality of merchandise that we manufacture as well as our high level of personalized service and will continue to place the highest priority on building our reputation globally ensuring that our customers are satisfied with our products and service.
Whatever curling means to you, we're here to help you meet your next challenge with total confidence.
Wall Grain Handling Systems is one of the largest independent grain bin and grain dryer dealers in Western Canada. Over the years, Wall Grain has been a leader in the Canadian grain handling industry in many ways.
We reinvented grain stir drying techniques in the early 90’s and that evolved into the drying technique known as Wall Grain Fast Dry. We were among the first to install staircases and sensing cables into all of our bins.
We are constantly finding new and effective ways to handle grain and we care about educating farmers on grain drying and grain management. Since our inception in 1984, Wall Grain strives to be the best; whether in construction services, grain handling innovation or cutting edge technology. Our entire team works hard to maintain our reputation as a quality organization.
Springland Manufacturing opened for business in 1985 with brothers Henry, John and Herman Lepp. It was founded on the family farm North of Rivers, Manitoba, with the hope that they could build a mechanical grain bin cleaner that had greater efficiency, was safer, and more simple to use than what was on the market at the time.
The first systems were round unloaders to accommodate bins up to 48 feet in diameter. The Springland U-Trough design was developed in 1998, in response to the need for faster emptying of larger grain bins with less product damage. The advantages and durability of the U-Trough System proved itself, and now marketed world-wide, has all but replaced the round tube style.
Springland Manufacturing branched out into the commercial grain handling market in 1989. The 6000 Series Commercial Sweep was designed for grain processing plants and elevators requiring large storage bins up to 135 feet in diameter. This model of sweep is now the “benchmark” for commercial sweeps featuring the Positive Drive Advance system and the much safer “Zero Entry” design.
Springland recognized another marketplace need in 2005 with the introduction of the Springland Elevator Wheel. This product set the standard in positive sweep advancement, and coupled with the U-Trough System, has vaulted Springland well ahead of the competition in bin sweep design.
Springland Manufacturing celebrated its 25th year of business in 2010. Today, along with the Lepp brothers, Springland has grown a staff of dedicated local employees, and through its extensive dealer network, has sales spanning North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New.
Dynasty Apparel is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and has built both a national and international reputation for excellent custom curling apparel! We are beyond excited to share our love of the curling culture with people, and to go far beyond what is seen on the ice. Dynasty Apparel represents over 20 years of curling passion and enthusiasm, as well as experience and dedication to excellence.
Dynasty Apparel was created and built by curlers, so we have first-hand experience and unique insight into how apparel should be designed and created for optimal game performance. By pouring our enthusiasm for the game into our products, we offer a solution for all your apparel needs that is a cut above the rest. From performance athletic wear to standard comfort apparel, Dynasty lets you celebrate your love of the curling culture – on and off the ice!
With our experience and passion for the game, we deliver service and customer satisfaction that stands out from the rest. From the armchair skips and Tuesday afternoon fun leaguers to the junior rockers, diehard club curlers and the world’s most elite – we help fuel everyone’s game with custom apparel!
Liquids in Motion Ltd. (formerly Fandrick's Transport Ltd.) is a family-owned and -operated company, which started with Edward and Donna Fandrick in 1960. They saw an opportunity in the growing Alberta oil patch industry to service local rigs. Since starting with a single truck in 1965 hauling oil and water, the business has grown to over fifty trucks in service.
Since the honest beginnings back in the '60s, we have expanded services to companies all over North America—from the far reaches of Alaska to the oil derricks of Texas. All the while, we have not forgotten what has made us what we are today: hard work, unwavering reliability, and exceptional customer support.
Even though Liquids in Motion Ltd. is a family-owned company, we have never forgotten the people who have gotten us where we are today: our staff. "We've been fortunate to have found such good people. Our highly qualified and competent drivers have been a major contribution to our success. They are the heart of the Liquids in Motion enterprise," says Eldon Fandrick, Development Manager.
Liquids Transloading and Team Carruthers are coming together to put on an instructional clinic free of charge to the local community in Nisku, Alberta. Please stay tuned for more details.
Founded in 1963 by Cy Chase in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Chase Auto Body Supplies is now a wholly owned division of the Color Compass Corporation, Canada's largest independently owned supplier to the collision repair industry.
With ten locations and four dedicated training centres in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Greater Vancouver, Chase has diversified over the years to become a leader in the distribution of collision repair products in Western Canada, as well as a key supplier of industrial finishes and related products.
We have achieved success by aligning ourselves with the best brands available and providing specialized business solutions that are focused on creating profitability for our customers.
Innovation is always important, although some things from the past are definitely worth remembering. Chase's goal was to provide all customers with a level of service, support and products that exceeded their expectations. That goal continues to be the driving force behind our company today.
We make Car Care Easy so drivers like you can 'Drive it Forever'. For over 30 years we have been working hard to accomplish our goal by helping our customers maintain their vehicles in safe working order. We take pride in every one of the vehicles we service.
Your Super Team, is a close group of technicians, Red Seal mechanics and gear heads. We all come from different cultures and backgrounds, but we all share one thing. We love what we do. We love cars, new ones, old ones, and bad ones. We love them all.