Gorilla Bins seeking new franchisees
Milton, Ontario based waste disposal bin rental company, Gorilla Bins is expanding its franchise offerings across Canada.
Gorilla Bins is a residential, contractor and commercial waste disposal bin rental company. It provides mixed waste bins for household waste, construction or renovation debris, or clean fill bins for things such as soil, brick, concrete, or asphalt.
Franchise development experts InnoFran, who are assisting Gorilla Bins with their franchise growth said, “Gorilla Bins is an excellent concept and is offering a solid franchise opportunity. From the first time we visited them, we knew that they had developed an excellent franchise system, have invested in their infrastructure and software systems, and have a year-round, low cyclical business that is spearheading the services market. Their plans are for controlled growth across Canada, offering large territories across major urban and suburban areas. We believe their business model has tremendous long-term development potential and is aligned with the fast-growing housing and renovation markets.”
“Our aim is to work with our chosen franchise partners to operate in the locations and markets best suited to deliver our unique customer service and creative solutions,” said founders Manny Khan and Harry Sohi.
“This sector is very fast-growing across Canada and will only increase with the anticipated population growth, so the business potential is huge. We have also been successful during the pandemic, as a large number of people renovated their homes, and we see this demand growing and expanding on a long-term basis. We will provide our franchisee family with extensive initial and on-going training and support, impactful marketing, a discounted fuel purchase program and a respected brand name.”
According to InnoFran, Gorilla Bins is approaching the market through a flexible-territory franchise offering in Ontario and major urban areas across Canada, as well as area development and master franchise opportunities in more distant provinces.