Planipharm Design was founded in 1983 by a pharmacist, Lloyd Douglas Schoening. At the time, the company’s operations extended from Ontario to the Maritimes and were concentrated in Quebec, mostly under the Cumberland banner.
In 1989, Guy Bélisle joined the company and in 1994, he acquired rights to Planipharm Design. He then directed business development to Quebec. The Santé Services and Obonsoins banners are the first targets. Subsequently, he managed to develop projects with other banners such as Brunet, Essaim, Familiprix and Uniprix.
Over the years, Guy Bélisle has built a dynamic team that has contributed significantly to the reputation of Planipharm Design. Experienced designers, a well-known general contractor, experienced installers and avant-garde cabinetry; all essential resources to offer customers a high-end, innovative and customized end product.
The succession plan has now been secured. Indeed, Marc-André Normandeau-Bélisle graduated from UQAM in Marketing, and is now a team member. His drive and vision will bring a fresh perspective to the company and will enable it to offer the same quality services for several years to come.
Planipharm Design’s corporate mission is to provide the best pharmacy furnishing services across Canada and become the industry leader.
Our corporate vision is to develop customized, efficient, ergonomic and stylish design concepts that reflect the needs and desires of each customer.