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COMPETITION WATCH: New England Motor Freight and Concord Transportation sign partnership agreement.

ELIZABETH, New Jersey -- New England Motor Freight is partnering with Toronto's Concord Transportation to handle tr...


ELIZABETH, New Jersey — New England Motor Freight is partnering with Toronto’s Concord Transportation to handle transborder shipments. <br>
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Under the terms of the agreement, Concord will receive NEMF freight in Chicago for delivery to Western Canada, in Toronto for Ontario deliveries, and in Montreal for shipments to Quebec and Atlantic Canada. To complete the exchange Concord freight destined for the Northeast United States will flow through NEMF.<br>
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Rick Brooks, Concord’s Senior Vice President, Sales believes that by using its service over the road from its Chicago gateway, Concord will provide significant transit improvements to Western Canada over NEMF’s previous service partner. <br>
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“NEMF will continue to operate their existing facilities in Toronto and Montreal. As well, both members of the partnership will benefit from the complete integration of our IT components to offer seamless connectivity and optimum service levels to our customers,” Brooks added.<br>
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New England Motor Freight has 35 company-owned terminals throughout the Northeast and Midwest U.S. The LTL carrier also has terminals in Florida and Puerto Rico and reaches 80 percent of the U.S. population through service partnerships.<br>
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Concord Transportation Inc., is a certified cross border transportation and logistics services provider. Wholly owned by the Andlauer Management Group, Concord offers LTL, TL and contracted services between the U.S. and Canada. Concord has approved status with such programs as CSA, FAST, PIP and C-TPAT.<br>


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