Atlantic fleet owner honoured
MONCTON, (July 18, 2003) — Armour Transportation president Wes Armour will be inducted into the Junior Achievement New Brunswick Business Hall of Fame in October.
Armour took over the small family business at 22 and has matured it into one of Canada’s largest for-hire carriers. Specializing primarily in dry van and temperature-controlled freight, Armour controls over 2400 pieces of equipment and operates an LTL network of 23 terminals in Atlantic Canada, and performs TL service throughout North America.
Wes Armour is being recognized for many industry innovations in Atlantic Canada including being one of the first fleet owners to employ computerized maintenance and tracking systems. The company is also widely recognized in the industry for its award-winning safety and maintenance programs.
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