WINNIPEG, MB – After just 20 months in its inaugural facility, Canadian trucking company Rosenau Transport has brand new digs.
The company announced today that it has moved from its 5,000 sq.-ft. space at the CentrePort Canada shipping hub, to a 140,000 sq.-ft. repurposed and renovated facility, also at CentrePort.
Rosenau president Ken Rosenau said the regional carrier for Western Canada, which has 24 terminals, recognized the huge market potential when they first opened at the Winnipeg facility, and that same potential led to their expansion there.
Rosenau also plans to hire more staff further over the coming months. The renovated location is the former Safeway distribution center, and they currently occupy about half of the building, leaving room to accommodate expansion plans.
Rosenau’s service offerings include warehousing services, less than truckload, deck heated, and refrigerated hauling options between their national terminals.
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