CALGARY, Alta. — TST Overland Express says it has slashed delivery times from California and the southcentral US to two days to Vancouver and three days to Calgary.
The company says the reduced delivery times are possible thanks to a direct line haul and proprietary technology.
The direct line haul lanes run from Texas and Los Angeles to Calgary and Vancouver, reducing freight handling and transit times, the company claims. Its proprietary technology, meanwhile, has been designed specifically for expedited, efficient management of route and cross-border activity. Based on input from customers, brokers and Customs agencies, the systems ensure the required documentation is ready to go when required, reducing border delays, TST says.
“The new network operations result in significant service improvements and competitive advantages for our customers,” said Rob O’Reilly, president, TST Overland Express. “The investment in change demonstrates our commitment to providing the best LTL network across Canada and the US.”
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