ARPAC Head Office building

40 Years of Material Handling Expertise in Western Canada

Much like our workforce of over 200 employees, the material handling equipment supplied by ARPAC is strong, versatile and reliable. Serving clients throughout western Canada and the northwestern United States for over 40 years, we provide custom solutions that are both innovative and cost-effective.

Helping Your Business Run Better Today & In the Future

At ARPAC, our unified corporate vision puts you and the specific needs of your operation first. Our lift trucks, storage products and dock equipment divisions all work together to provide comprehensive material handling solutions for commercial, industrial and institutional clients. Our goal is to offer exceptional equipment and expert service that will help you run your business better today and in the future.

  • 1973 – ARPAC founded as a distributor of storage products in Richmond, British Columbia
  • 1979 – Relocated in Delta, British Columbia and began manufacturing in a new plant pallet racking and shelving products
  • 1983 – Doubled the size of our manufacturing plant
  • 1984 – Established lift truck division to represent Crown line in British Columbia
  • 1989 – Built a second building in Delta to accommodate growing lift truck division
  • 1990 – Expanded Crown line into Alberta and established branches in Calgary and Edmonton
  • 1994 – Unicarrier appointed ARPAC to represent the Unicarrier forklift line in Alberta and British Columbia
  • 1996 – ARPAC adds Dock Equipment division to sell and service dock and door products in Alberta and British Columbia
  • 2003 – Built a third building in Delta to accommodate expanding business
  • 2003 – Expanded manufacturing operations in Delta
  • 2004 – ARPAC adopts Lean Principles to ensure streamlined and efficient processes
  • 2005 – ARPAC expends lift truck rental fleet in Alberta and British Columbia to include 13 different lines
  • 2005 – Edmonton branch relocated to accommodate expansion
  • 2006 – Edmonton branch expanded again
  • 2008 – Calgary & Edmonton branches launch in house Operator Training
  • 2009 – Calgary branch relocated to larger facility
  • 2011 – Lethbridge, Alberta receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2011 – Grande Prairie, Alberta receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2012 – Vancouver Island, British Columbia receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2012 - Kelowna, British Columbia receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2013 – Prince George, British Columbia receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2013 – Red Deer, Alberta receives local support with a resident technician
  • 2013 – ARPAC celebrates 40 years of providing material handling solutions