Southeastern Freight Lines expands Canadian service

by Truck News

LEXINGTON, S.C. — Southeastern Freight Lines is enhancing its service into Canada, with the addition of door-to-door cross-border delivery service between Canada and the US.

The company says it has a Canadian team based in Toronto, which will streamline operations to service customers between its direct US service area and all points in Canada.

“The new and improved Canada cross-border service is a natural extension of Southeastern’s U.S. brand, focused on bringing the same quality without question service in the states to our Canadian customers,” said Bob Bullock, vice-president of international for Southeastern Freight Lines. “After extending services into Kentucky and Ohio in 2015, the Canadian service enhancement comes at a natural time of growth for the company. We look forward to providing quality transportation services with streamlined efficiencies into and out of Canada.”

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