HARTLAND, NB — Day & Ross Transportation Group has created a new division, Day & Ross Supply Chain Solutions.
The new division combines six groups that formerly operated individually under the Day & Ross Group of Companies. The groups include non-asset based freight brokerage, intermodal services, air freight forwarding, ocean freight forwarding, Freight Brokerage solutions, and special project/over-dimensional freight forwarding.
“This is not new to the Day & Ross suite of services” says Douglas Harrison, president of Day & Ross. “What we’ve done is package these existing services into a more strategic offering for our existing and prospective clients”.
The group manages over $120 million of freight today and is growing at a rapid pace.
The Supply Chain Solutions group makes sense for companies requiring a range of services from road and rail transportation within North America and/or ocean and air transportation in and out of North America, seamlessly up to and including fully outsourcing their supply chain.
The Supply Chain Solutions features include non-asset based transportation solutions, single or bundled services, single point of contact, and value-added supply chain expertise to name a few.
“This autonomous non asset based group is already one of the largest freight brokerage and international ocean service providers in Canada. Through a focused consultative approach Day & Ross Supply Chain Solutions can develop a customized approach for a portion of a company’s supply chain or taking on the entire supply chain for a client who is looking to outsource its requirements in full” says Mike Chisholm, Executive Vice-President of the newly formed group.
Featuring a responsive organization that includes personalized and specialized services, this solutions based group boasts industry expertise, leading edge technology and world-class talent, setting them apart from their competitors, such as smaller 4PL’s, larger international 4PL’s, asset-based carriers, and single service providers. Specific services offered through this new division include;
Over Size/Dimensional project movements
Transportation Management – all modes
Air / ocean services
Supply chain solutions
Value added customized solutions
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