Manitoulin expands its service in Ontario

Manitoulin Transport is now providing direct service to all towns and cities in southeastern Ontario via three new strategically located terminals in Cornwall, Peterborough and Kingston. Direct service in the region will enhance Manitoulin’s ability to provide faster transit times and increase shipment visibility for its customers.

“The addition of the three new terminals in southeastern Ontario further solidifies Manitoulin as the transportation provider with the widest coverage in Ontario and in Canada as a whole,” said Don Goodwill, president, Manitoulin Group of Companies. “Further, our network of terminals  serves as a gateway to other supply chain solutions that may be required, such as customs brokerage, international freight forwarding, warehousing, logistics, crating, global time critical service and supply chain management. As business is getting increasingly competitive for our customers, we use our resources, expertise and various services to provide them with a competitive advantage that helps them stand out in their respective industry.”

A single-source carrier, Manitoulin offers an array of transportation solutions, including: temperature-controlled, expedited less-than-truckload and truckload, transborder, intermodal, private fleet, guaranteed service, heavy haul, dangerous goods and supply chain management. In North America, its distribution coverage consists of more than 70 Canadian terminals and 250 US service centers. State-of-the-art technology provides customers with 24/7 critical shipping information to manage and complete their supply chain processes.

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