Monday, February 6, 2017 - Regina, Saskatchewan

Brightenview Development International Inc. has officially become a land-owning client at the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) in Regina, SK. As part of the $7.6 million agreement reached between the two parties last year, title to the first phase of property was transferred this past week.

“We are excited to complete this milestone with Brightenview and recognize their investment and commitment to the province,” said Bryan Richards, President and Chief Executive Officer of the GTH. “Over the past year, we have hosted numerous overseas enterprises interested in the Brightenview business model, and are optimistic about their investment attraction efforts. The GTH’s central location, foreign trade zone designation, and welcoming business environment has proven to be a great fit.”

Details on Brightenview’s development plan are expected to be released this spring as designs are completed and the project breaks ground. Highlighting proprietary and competitive reasons, the company is not yet prepared to fully disclose details.

Comprising 1,800 acres, the GTH helps local, national and international companies connect to global markets through an efficient rail and road infrastructure. Ideally situated adjacent to the CP Rail mainline and directly connected to the Trans Canada and Yellowhead National Highway systems, the GTH offers accessible and efficient transportation access to markets across the globe. The GTH offers land for sale or lease to businesses in the following segments: transportation and logistics, warehousing and distribution, import and export operations, as well as light processing and manufacturing. Currently, twelve companies active in transportation, warehousing, distribution and related supply-chain activities operate out of the GTH.

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