WINNIPEG, Man. — Reimer Express Lines of Canada is expanding its LTL operations to provide service to all points in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, P.E.I. as of Dec. 3.
This expansion into the Atlantic Provinces complements service already provided to customers in every other province across Canada, says the fleet. In conjunction with parent company, Roadway Express, shippers in Atlantic Canada access to a seamless transportation network moving freight between Canada and all 50 states in the U.S., as well as throughout Mexico.
“The decision to expand into Atlantic Canada underscores our belief that customers want to utilize a carrier who can provide regular, expedited and guaranteed freight transportation services throughout all of North America,” says Allan Robison, president and chief executive officer of Reimer Express Lines.
The new service offers two levels of delivery options for shipments moving across Canada and features five-day transit times for expedited shipments moving between points in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and major cities in Alberta and B.C.
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