SALABERRY-DE-VALLEYFIELD, Que. — A Quebec-based transportation company is branching out and offering heavy and oversized services.
Andy Transport has created a new standalone division and has purchased four-axle flatbeds and four-axle dry vans for the new enterprise. According to the company, it already has a contract-based established clientele for dedicated destinations. At this point, the division’s focus will be mainly on the Quebec-Ontario corridor, although it will accept contracts across Canada.
“Our decision was driven by our desire to better serve our customers and to answer their needs,” said Andy Transport’s general manager Andreea Crisan.
“For us, this translates in the hauling of heavy and oversized freight ranging from construction materials to heavy machinery. Through the new division we will also look to expand the service offered to our existing customers and complement our existing general freight-dry van division. The growth of our company and the diversification of our services will help foster a collaborative environment for our teams and provide career advancement opportunities within our company. We are drawing on the talent within our company to continue building a customer-focused and growth-driven company.”
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