Fastfrate acquires Challenger, becoming one of Canada’s biggest cross-border trucking operators
Canadian firm adds truckload carrier with big transborder presence
Canadian firm adds truckload carrier with big transborder presence
Two truckers working for the same Canadian company were arrested four months apart after separate seizures of cocaine and meth in Michigan.
An Alberta trucking company serving the energy sector is seeking creditor protection amid large debts to fuel suppliers, a truck repair shop and Canada’s tax agency.
As the U.S. cuts off borders to unvaccinated truckers, the impacts for Canadian trucking companies run the gamut from a punch in the gut to business as usual.
Canada Cartage makes its fifth acquisition in the past year as it buys Quebec-based dedicated contract carrier Laurentien Transportation.
Canada’s Titanium Transportation Group eyes future growth with the acquisition of Ontario-based carrier Bert and Son’s Cartage.
Canadian trucking company Bison Transport has acquired Maine carrier Hartt Transportation Systems in one of its largest U.S. deals.
Montreal-based Fuel Transport offers a $7,800 COVID-19 vaccination bonus for truckers as the cross-border mandate looms.
Canadian transportation and logistics firm Manitoulin Group expands in western Canada with acquisitions of Diamond Delivery and First Canadian Messenger.
Cross-border trucking and logistics firm Titanium is negotiating higher rates with customers as inflation puts pressure on margins. “Nobody is shocked,” COO Marilyn Daniel says.
The CEO of Canada trucking giant Mullen Group says the cost of freight in the country is set to press upward amid high demand, tight capacity and the end of wage subsidies.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm XTL Group expands into the U.S. with the acquisition of Georgia freight brokerage CBT.
Kriska Transportation Group strengthens its cross-border LTL business with the acquisition of Ontario-based Transport N Service.
Titanium Transportation Group plans to add two more U.S. freight brokerage offices this year after the Canadian firm reported record second-quarter revenue.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm Mullen Group reported strong growth in the second quarter from a combination of a robust freight market and acquisitions.
Mullen Group acquires Harris Transport, the latest in a string of deals for one of Canada’s largest trucking and logistics companies.
Two brothers have been embroiled in a yearslong dispute over how to sell off their cross-border trucking business so that each gets a fair share.
Canadian trucking firm People Express Transport was shut down by a court-appointed trustee following a months-long fight over millions of dollars in debt.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm Titanium Transportation Group reported record first-quarter revenue as its U.S. brokerage business and newly expanded trucking fleet fired up the growth engine.
TFI International reports a 17% increase in operating income during the first quarter as the Canadian trucking and logistics firm gets a strong start to 2021.
The CEO of one of Canada’s largest trucking companies, Mullen Group, says the country’s freight market will bounce back after COVID-19 is under control.
Canadian trucking giant Mullen Group wades into truck sales after acquiring a small Volvo and Mack dealership as part of the acquisition of British Columbia’s Bandstra Group.
A pair of Canadian trucking companies in the Toronto area, Orbit Freight and Delta Carriers, shut down in close succession before their owner filed for personal bankruptcy.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm Titanium Transportation Group had a very good fourth quarter on the strength of its U.S brokerage business. But 2021 is set to be even bigger with its recent acquisition of ITS.
Canadian health care logistics provider Andlauer will acquire most of pharmaceutical trucking firm Skelton Truck Lines for over $90 million – a valuation driven up by the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Cross-border trucking and logistics firm XTL buys Quebec-based Transport Savoie as Canadian mergers and acquisitions activity reaches fever pitch.
Canadian cross-border trucking and logistics company Titanium Transportation Group gains global access to key freight networks in Chicago with the latest U.S. brokerage office.
Titanium Transportation Group becomes one of the largest trucking companies in Canada after acquiring International Truckload Services.
Canadian flatbed trucking company BLB Transport shuts down after a bank pulls its credit, but an asset sale to another carrier is ensuring that most drivers get back on the road.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm Titanium Transportation Group set a third-quarter record for revenue as U.S. freight brokerage businesses delivered rapid growth.
SeaFort Capital-backed Canadian trucking company Jardine Transport Group expands footprint with the acquisition of cross-border carrier Quality Transportation Services.
One of Canada’s largest trucking and logistics firms, Mullen Group, is being flooded with potential acquisitions as companies seek to sell, according to its CEO.
Canadian trucking and logistics company Mullen Group reports continued headwinds from the pandemic in Q3 as government wage subsidies help offset drop in revenue.
A court-appointed receiver has assumed control over Canadian cross-border trucking companies Kings Cargo Express and Canada Cargo Lines in Manitoba, which owe CA$2.2 million to Toronto-Dominion Bank.
Canadian trucking and logistics company Mullen Group announces the acquisition of customs warehouse operator International Warehousing and Distribution Inc.
Ransomware attack targets Manitoulin Transport, one of Canada’s largest trucking companies, amid a rash of cyber incidents hitting the nation’s supply chain firms.
Federal government seeks to widen eligibility for Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy under a program welcomed by the country’s largest trucking organization.
Canadian trucking and logistics firm Titanium Transportation Group opens second brokerage office in the United States as it pushes service and transparency.
Murray Mullen, the CEO of Mullen Group, says the Canadian transportation and logistics company has “weathered the worst of this crisis” as it gears up for a rebound.
Canadian heavy equipment hauler secures Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection, clearing the way for the company to court buyers and investors for its trucking and crane assets in Alberta and Texas.
Trucking and crane services provider pursues interim financing and court approval to market its Canadian and U.S.-based subsidiaries while under creditor protection.
Ontario-based Joseph Haulage buys Bergland Transport to build on its growing business serving agriculture and food sectors.
Kriska looks beyond its cross-border bread and butter as it buys small drayage business from Wills Transfer
Alberta-based trucking and crane provider blames COVID-19 and the collapse of the oil sector as it looks to sell off its businesses in Canada and the United States.
Manitoba carrier Paul’s Hauling credited with helping avoid wider spread from terminal thanks to proactive siloing of employees and close collaboration with health authorities.
Titanium Transportation Group reports 13.6% increase in revenue on the strength of its growing brokerage business in the United States and steady performance from trucking.
“I hope like hell we never have to avail ourselves of it,” Challenger CEO says as the Canadian government emerges as a lender of last resort for the country’s largest businesses.
The transportation and warehousing sector sheds 10.4% of employees in April as Canadian Trucking Alliance calls for additional federal aid.
“We’ve definitely seen things coming back,” Energy Transportation CEO says as a key measure of truckload volumes in Canada rises 27% over two weeks on FreightWaves’ SONAR platform.
As a plunge in freight volumes and rates take a toll, Canada’s trucking industry seeks relief on payroll taxes to hold on to precious cash.
Canada’s largest transportation company reveals cutbacks as it reports a 16% jump in profits during the first quarter.
Shelley Uvanile-Hesch hopes people will think twice about leaving home during the COVID-19 pandemic after seeing her trailer as she moves vital goods between Canada and the United States.
Sharp Transportation Systems keeps Americans and Canadians supplied with essential medicines and vaccines as tensions mount over cross-border medical supply chains.
Cross-border trucking and logistics company Titanium Transportation Group explains why it decided to haul a load of N95 masks for free.
Canadian prime minister makes clear that trucking companies can qualify for 75% wage subsidy as some carriers struggle far from the robust volumes of essential consumer goods.
“A lot of carriers could go into bankruptcy without help,” Energy Transportation Group CEO says. But a 75% wage subsidy from the Canadian government offers hope for vulnerable trucking companies and freight demand hit by COVID-19.
Murphy’s Law Distillery is supplying Canadian trucking companies with hand sanitizer as COVID-19 puts its artisanal alcohol business on hold.
One of Canada’s largest transportation and logistics companies says it will temporarily lay off some employees, suspend dividend and slash executive pay as it braces for economic fallout to hit freight.