VAUGHAN, Ontario — Molson Coors Canada has inked a deal with Hyphen Transportation Management Inc. (a subsidiary of Calyx Transportation Group Inc.) to provide transportation management services.
Under the agreement Hyphen will provide carrier selection, rate negotiation, audit and payment services as well as operational analysis and continuous improvement programs. Hyphen will use its in house transportation management software to schedule and route Molson Coors’ shipments across Canada to meet the brewer’s requirement for high quality timely delivery of their products.
As a non asset based 4PL, Hyphen has the independence to make the most appropriate carrier selection. Molson Coors Canada says it selected Hyphen based on overall value but most importantly on the technology employed, Hyphen’s culture of continuous improvement and the company’s experience in providing transportation management programs.
Hyphen has a dedicated team of employees on site at Molson Coors in Toronto and Montreal and a dedicated team located at Hyphen’s command center in Vaughan, Ontario. Continuous improvement projects lead by Hyphen are worked on jointly with Molson Coors teams in a spirit of cooperation with a goal of achieving supply chain efficiencies.
Calyx Transportation Group is has operations based in Mexico, the USA and Canada, with its head office in Concord, Ontario. Calyx companies include ; Calyx Ground Transportation Solutions (formerly know as NFF-National Fast Freight and Totalline Transportation Inc.), Muirs Cartage (providing closed loop and dedicated transportation services), Indis (providing warehousing and distribution centre operations), Euroworld Transport (providing ocean and international air freight forwarding), Kreative Carriers (providing truckload transportation), and Hyphen Transportation Management (providing 4PL services).
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