CALGARY, Alta. — TST Overland has acquired a new 52-door cross-dock terminal in Calgary that will more than triple its capacity there, parent company TransForce announced.
“We are continuing to invest in our operations in western Canada because of the region’s economic strength and growth potential,” said Alain Bedard, chairman, president and CEO of TransForce. “This new terminal enables TST Overland to deliver expanded services in and out of Calgary, which is a major gateway for shipments within western Canada as well as to and from the United States.”
TST recently added direct line hauls from Dallas, Texas to Calgary, which it says reduces freight handling and transit times. That lane, and the anticipated increase in volumes, will be handled by the new Calgary terminal, the company says.
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