REGINA, Sask. — A container hauler and a truck service centre are among the newest tenants at the Global Transportation Hub.
S.H. StorPark provides container transportation, handling, storage and repair services. Sterling Truck & Trailer Sales provides truck and trailer service and repair.
Both businesses are owned by local businessman Sterling Hornoi.
“Containers are an important asset in the supply chain, so it makes good business sense to have a service offering specific to that need right in the middle of Saskatchewan’s largest transportation hub,” Hornoi said. “The GTH has created new opportunities for a lot of Saskatchewan companies and will only continue to flourish. This investment is a legacy for my company so it will keep pace with that growth in the future.”
About 30-35 jobs will be created through the openings, Hornoi announced. He’ll be constructing a 6,000 sq.-ft. building this spring, slated for completion by the end of the year.
“We see 4,600 trucks move in and out of our hub every week and over 60,000 containers move through the GTH every year,” added Bryan Richards, president and CEO of the Global Transportation Hub. “Having companies that want to service that activity will definitely be viewed as a complimentary offering to our current and prospective clients.”