Morneau Sego expands in Newfoundland

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WABUSH, Nfld. — Morneau Sego, a division of Groupe Morneau, has announced the opening of a new terminal in Wabush, Nfld.

The company says the new location will improve service in the Quebec and Labrador regions. It will also enable more competitively-priced connections and faster deliveries, according to the company.

“This terminal further strengthens Morneau Sego’s operational flexibility, and improves the overall service for which Groupe Morneau is renowned,” said Frederic Ruel, development director at Morneau Sego.

“We have been serving the northern regions for years now; our clients come from a number of sectors such as mining, energy, and other related industries, including the distribution of consumer goods,” added Serge Gosselin, president of Morneau Sego.

Groupe Morneau president Andre Morneau said the addition, as well as investments in Baie-Comeau and Sept-iles, confirm the company’s commitment to the regions.

The company is now seeking a truck driver supervisor to oversee the Wabush terminal.

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