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Our OTR network stretches across the US and Canada, and has the fleet, logistical support and technology to keep the wheels turning. Whether it's a one-leg A-to-B or a multi-stop A-Z, we're equipped to handle it.
We have 40 trucks doing Toronto/GTA pickups and deliveries, and over 200 trucks crisscrossing the Canada-US border every day. Our drivers and dispatchers are trained in-house at the CHET Driving Academy to represent our clients the right way all the time.
|53' "Air Ride Plated" Dry Van Trailers (Tandem Axle)||350|
|Roll Tites (Tri and Quad-Axle)||10|
|RGN "Float" Flatbeds||1|
With the combination of skills and experiences of over 185 company drivers, 24 owner operators and 60 administrative & ground personnel, we are able to meet and exceed your expectations in providing a smooth and reliable experience.
Our three yards/terminals have enough capacity to store our complete fleet including trailers, trucks, chassis and 6,000 intermodal containers. The properties are minutes apart from each other in Mississauga (just outside Toronto): four blocks from the QEW Highway towards New York and less than 20 minutes from Highway 401 towards Montreal and Detroit.
The combined 32 acres are monitored 24/7 by video surveillance and on-site security. Additionally, we offer monitoring services & pre-tripping services for reefers and 160 reefer plug-ins. All three properties are CTPAT-certified, and two are Canada Customs bonded.
We support the trucks, trailers and containers that support your loads with 24/7 fleet repair performed by licensed mechanics in garages certified by the US Department of Transportation and Transport Canada. The two locations are staffed by licensed mechanics and seven combined drive-through doors.
24/7 fleet repair helps ensure that we keep to our schedules. So do the two US Department of Transportation and Transport Canada-certified garages. They're staffed with licensed mechanics who know what authorities are expecting, making sure all vehicles and equipment pass. Seven combined drive-through doors keep the line moving so we're back on the road and moving faster.