Titanium Transportation buys Muskoka Transport

WOODBRIDGE, ON- Titanium Transportation Group has acquired Bracebridge, ON.-based trucking firm, Muskoka Transportation.

“Titanium has a proven track record of acquiring asset-based transportation companies, extracting synergies, and implementing leading edge technologies,” said Ted Daniel, Titanium CEO.

Indeed, Titanium, which provides truckload, dedicated, and cross-border trucking services, freight logistics, and warehousing and distribution to over 600 customers, has made seven acquisitions since 2011. The company has about 1,000 trailers, 300 power units and over 400 employees.

Daniel commented: “This acquisition is expected to add significant further growth, development, and synergies for Titanium, particularly with existing Titanium customers in the Orillia area. We welcome the Hammond family and Muskoka Transport’s management team and staff to Titanium.”

Founded in 1971 by Paul Hammond, Muskoka Transport’s primary customer base is in the Muskoka region. The company offers truckloadflatbed freight and van shipping services with over 400 trailers, over 100 power units and over 170 employees. It also has terminals in Barrie and Bolton, ON. 

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