Toronto, ON:The Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) has officially announced a renewed partnership with Mendelssohn CommerceasOfficial Supplier of Customs Brokerage Services, marking the continuation of a longstanding, established relationship of over 30 years.
Known in the industry as a leader in North America, Mendelssohn Commerce has forged a reputation for personalized service excellence in all logistical matters relating to customs clearance and transportation services. With an unwavering attention to detail and strong industry knowledge base, Mendelssohn Commerce has successfully worked alongside the MTCC team to deliver a seamless experience for exhibitors, show managers, and meeting planners, resulting in consistent annual customer service satisfaction ratings of 100 per cent.
“The continuation of our long-enduring partnership is a testament to Mendelssohn Commerce’s outstanding expertise and focus on customer service,” said Barry Smith, MTCC President and CEO, of the renewed three-year contract with two-year extension period. “As Official Supplier, we are confident our international exhibitor and show manager base will continue to enjoy a top notch, seamless move-in experience.”
“We are thrilled to continue working so closely with the team at MTCC, and helping in the successful execution of so many world class events in Toronto,” said Diane Labbé Deegan, Director of Sales and Marketing at Mendelssohn Commerce. “Our team’s vision is to continue to smoothly bring meetings and events across the border and onto the show floor at MTCC.”
About the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is Canada's number one convention and trade show facility. Over the past 30 years, the Centre has hosted over 18,000 events, entertained more than 55 million guests and has added $5.1 billion in direct spending to the community. For further information, please visit mtccc.com.
About Mendelssohn Commerce
Mendelssohn Commerce provides specialized customs brokerage and transportation services for event management and exhibitors importing goods for use at conventions and trade shows across Canada. Working with association executives, show managers, meeting planners and exhibit managers, their personalized service and dependability have made them the leading customs broker in the Canadian conventions and trade show industry. www.mend.com
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Diane Labbé Deegan
Director of Sales and Marketing
514.987.2700 X 2123