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COMPETITION WATCH: Bison expands B.C. presence with terminal purchase

WINNIPEG, Man. -- Bison Transport has acquired a “turn-key” trucking terminal in Langley, B.C., the company announced. The centrally-located 20,310-sq. ft. facility is located on 6.15 acres in the northwest Langley industrial area...


WINNIPEG, Man. — Bison Transport has acquired a “turn-key” trucking terminal in Langley, B.C., the company announced. The centrally-located 20,310-sq. ft. facility is located on 6.15 acres in the northwest Langley industrial area and adjoins Port Kells and Surrey. The size and nature of the purchase will see Bison share the facility with another trucking operation for at least the first 12 months, with room for other potential tenancy arrangements ongoing, the company said.

“This purchase represents a leap forward in Bison’s presence in the B.C. region and most importantly, a strong base by which to better serve and grow with our clients, as well as our driving and non-driving staff alike,” says Trevor Fridfinnson, Bison’s vice-president of Western operations.

The acquisition includes a two-storey 12,000-sq.-ft. office building, five trailer service bays and a cross-dock bay.

 The possession is expected to begin this week, with additional moves staged over following weeks.


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