ST-HYACINTHE, Que. — B&B Transport is constructing a new 22,900 sq.-ft. terminal here that will be built with driver amenities in mind, the company has announced.
The new state-of-the-art terminal is being constructed at a cost of $2.5 million, the company says.
“The new facility is mainly focused on our employees comforts and demands,” B&B Transport announced. It will feature fully-equipped wash bays with new “ultra-modern” tank cleaning systems. There will be a covered fueling/inspection area, large service bays with pits, driver relaxation rooms and offices with large windows, the company says.
“We worked a lot with employees and customers on the development of this terminal,” B&B management told Trucknews.com. B&B Transport is sister company of Bess Tank Lines and part of the Rouillard Group of Companies.
The new facility will be situated near the rail hub and rail connections will be part of Phase 2 of the project, scheduled to be operational by Summer, 2009. Phase 1, construction of the new terminal, is nearing completion and should be operational by November.
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