Titanium Group buys Muskoka Transport

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WOODBRIDGE, Ont. — Titanium Transportation Group has announced its acquisition of Muskoka Transport.

Muskoka is based in Bracebridge, Ont. with additional terminals in Barrie and Bolton, Ont. It provides flatbed freight and van shipping services with more than 100 power units and 400 trailers as well as 170 employees.

“Titanium has a proven track record of acquiring asset-based transportation companies, extracting synergies, and implementing leading edge technologies,” announced Titanium CEO Ted Daniel. “Muskoka Transport is the seventh acquisition that Titanium has completed since 2011. This acquisition is expected to add significant further growth, development, and synergies for Titanium, particularly with existing Titanium customers in the Orillia area. We welcome the Hammond family and Muskoka Transport’s management team and staff to Titanium.”

Muskoka Transport was founded in 1971 by Paul Hammond.

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