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Link links food bank shipments

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Link Logistics has created a program to help the Canadian Association of Food Banks (CAFB) distribute food to the 190 food banks under the organization's umbrella.Under the program...


MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Link Logistics has created a program to help the Canadian Association of Food Banks (CAFB) distribute food to the 190 food banks under the organization’s umbrella.

Under the program, the CAFB will use Link’s Weblink Internet service to access trucks that have space in lanes required to distribute food. Link has agreed to waive its annual membership fee for any subscriber that agrees to help the CAFB with a move.

“Sourcing trucking capacity has been a time-consuming and inefficient process. Until now we have called trucking companies at random, hoping that they have a truck available for the move and might be willing to help us,” says Julie Bass, executive director of CAFB. n


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