Our distribution centers

Trovac can meet the demands of customers quickly and efficiently with multiple distribution centers across Canada as well as centers in the United States and Europe.

Our distribution centers


3, Marcel-Ayotte Street
Blainville (Québec) J7C 5L7, Canada

Trovac distribution center in Québec

The main Trovac distribution center is located in Blainville, near Montreal, Quebec. At the same location are the company’s head office and manufacturing plant. The building spans 75,000 square feet and has 11 landing docks. It supplies Quebec dealers directly and also our other distribution centers.

British Columbia

108 - 3560, 190th Street
Surrey (BC), V3Z 0P6 Canada

Trovac distribution center in British Columbia

Relocated in 2019 to a new, ultra modern and functional building, this center of over 21,000 square feet serves all of western Canada and the American West Coast. Its larger surface allows us to better serve our customers and face the anticipated growth in the needs of our dealers.


16, Stade Street
44170 Treffieux, France

Trovac distribution center in France

An office and a distribution center are located in Treffieux on the outskirts of Nantes in France, thus meeting the demand of customers from the overseas market. On 6,000 square feet, Trovac employees serve Europe with efficient products that meet market needs while providing unparalleled technical support.

United States

3707 Lathrop Street
South Bend, IN USA 46628

Trovac distribution center in United States

In 2019, the company sees an opportunity to double the size of its distribution center and to be advantageously located in South Bend, Indiana. With 7,500 square feet, able to accommodate 400 pallets of storage, the American distribution center is able to respond quickly and efficiently to demands throughout the United States.


2915 Argentia Rd
Mississauga (Ontario), L5N 8G6 Canada

Trovac distribution center in Ontario

To meet growing demand, a 10,000 square feet distribution center has also been created in Mississauga (Toronto) to serve customers in central Canada. This new distribution center relies on its proximity to highways 401 and 407 to offer an even more efficient and faster service.