Quebec Carrier Ranked Among Top Canadian Companies
VALLEYFIELD, QC — Here’s positive proof that we live in a country where hard-working people can prosper and owner-ops can do well if they are willing to work hard.
Recently, a Quebec-based trucking company ranked 166 in Canadian Business magazine’s PROFIT 500 list, which looks at revenue trends in the past five years of each company.
And Andy Transport five-year revenues have more than tripled. Since 2008, they’ve seen revenue spike by 366 percent.
James Cowan, Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Business and PROFIT commented: “The members of the PROFIT 500 are the elite of the country’s entrepreneurial community. Their stories are lessons in business strategy, innovation, management excellence and sheer tenacity.”
Ilie Crisan, president and founder of Andy Transport, started out in 2001 as an owner-operator. He had just immigrated from Romania with his wife and daughter, Andreea, after which Andy Transport is named.
Andy’s General Manager Andreea Crisan commented: “The growth we’ve experienced over the past years is because of our entrepreneurial culture, our hard working team and our commitment to always move forward.”
“Our vision is to become a leader in the North American transportation industry by continuing to improve our services through innovative solutions.”
For more on Andy Transport’s beginnings, see Today’s Trucking’s story here.
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