CANPAR

AcronymDefinition
CANPARCanadian Physicians for Aid and Relief
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CanPar, a unit of CP Enterprises, was the leading package company until the arrival of UPS in Winnipeg.
John Wecels, Calgary-based regional sales manager for CanPar, notes that his firm's western business grew at an average of 40 per cent per year from its founding in Toronto in 1976 with 10 trucks until the arrival of UPS in Alberta and Manitoba in 1988.
Striving to maintain its market position, CanPar has changed its corporate logo from a triangle in a square motif that looked, frets Wecels, a bit too close to Pac-Man, to a more neutral design.
CanPar, aware that neighbors can be deadly enemies, leaves a tag on the doorknob.
CanPar's Door Core fire-rated particleboard is designed as a substitute for solid core doors.
* CanPar Industries of Vancouver, B.C., is considering the replacement and expansion of one of its particleboard lines.