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COMPETITION WATCH: Totalline acquires Eisener’s and Kreative

VAUGHAN, Ont. -- Totalline Transport, a privately owned transportation and warehousing company based in Vaughan, On...


VAUGHAN, Ont. — Totalline Transport, a privately owned transportation and warehousing company based in Vaughan, Ont., in conjunction with Bransam Logistics Services, has acquired Eisener’s Transport and Kreative Carriers. The acquisition adds four new terminals on the East Coast to Totalline’s service locations throughout Canada.

“Our new facilities in Fredericton, St. John, Moncton, and Halifax will complete our coast to coast LTL system offering both expedited and standard over the road services”, said Uwe Petroschke, president and CEO of Totalline Transport. Rodi Saarloos, owner of Bransam Logistics, was appointed president of the new Eastern Canada operation.

Founded in 1986 by company owner Uwe Petroschke, Totalline Transport is an provider of transportation and warehousing solutions exceeding its customers’ expectations everyday.

Totalline’s expedited service Premier Express guarantees the only unconditional on-time delivery in the industry. Also achieving the industry’s lowest loss and damage ratio at 0.00104 per cent, Totalline has earned the reputation of being a high quality carrier across Canada, said company officials. Bransam Logistics Services is based out of Dartmouth, N.S. Eisener’s Transport, also based in Dartmouth, N.S., is an established carrier in the Maritimes offering LTL and TL services within Canada and to and from the United States. Kreative Carriers is a full load carrier, based out of Moncton, N.B., serving both Canada and the United States.

For more information visit the corporate Web site at www.totalline.com.


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