Transcourt expands US presence

by Truck News

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Transcourt Tank Leasing has advanced its push into the US market, by exhibiting at the M-PACT 2016 show in Indianapolis.

The show is the largest of its kind in the Midwest for energy and convenience industry users, the company announced, bringing together more than 4,500 people along the supply chain. This was the first year Transcourt has attended.

“Transcourt has been hard at work in recent months making inroads in the US market and started by opening offices in Lansing, Ill. and more recently in Houston, Texas and the company plans on opening more offices soon in other strategic locations,” the company announced.

“After concentrating our efforts in the south where we knew our knowledge of the oil industry would help us with many customers, we took advantage of M-PACT to further our understanding of where we should concentrate our efforts in the Midwest,” said Robert Pahanich, vice-president of business development for Transcourt. “Judging by the reaction of visitors, our expertise in the tank trailer field and the services we offer resulted in several very promising leads.”

Transcourt was planning its US expansion for several years, but acted on the plan with the Canadian oil industry began its decline, the company says.

Robert Pahanich is seen here with Randy Arlt, of Polar.
Robert Pahanich is seen here with Randy Arlt, of Polar.

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