Day & Ross has evolved from a single truckload of potatoes in the 1950s to a fleet of thousands of trucks, making it one of Canada's largest transportation corporations. They're a leading participant in cross-border and LTL/TL transportation, delivering a comprehensive range of transport and logistics solutions across North America, with over 8,000 workers, drivers, and owner-operators. McCain Foods Limited, their parent company, shares the same family values as them when it comes to safety and sustainability.They've been around for 70 years because they don't believe in compromising certain values. Call them old-fashioned, but they handle your belongings as if they were their own. They're in it for the long haul, whether it's priceless cargo – like that sold-out shipment of holiday gifts – or a sense of stability for their staff and their families. It's a matter of custom.They've earned a reputation for providing on-time deliveries, comprehensive coverage, and excellent customer service. They provide industry-leading LTL, TL, and temperature-controlled services, including a high percentage of reefer units and trailers fitted with 'prevent from freezing' heaters. They also offer a comprehensive variety of logistical services, including dedicated fleets, last-mile delivery, and house delivery. They've got you covered whether you're sending a couch to an internet customer or importing goods from all across the world. Services:LTL - Day & Ross is the only Canadian transportation business that can send your Less-than-Truckload (LTL) throughout the country because of their broad coverage. Your LTL shipments will receive direct delivery to over 90% of the Canadian population because of their regional expertise and national coverage. They provide the ease and benefits your supply chain can't live without, with a nationwide network of cross-dock facilities. Take advantage of complete online cargo visibility, dry goods service, industry-leading on-time performance, and more. Day & Ross is the carrier of choice for Canada's most extensive and direct coast-to-coast freight service.Truckload - With their broad network, you may ship freight to practically any location in Canada, as well as cross the border into the United States. Tailgates, drop trailers, temperature control, dry van, and drayage are just a few of the services they offer. Because they understand that "business as usual" is not always the case, they are perfectly prepared to handle any seasonal surges or last-minute goods deliveries. Shippers have distinct criteria, and consignees have higher expectations, therefore challenges exist in every industry. Day & Ross provides the skills, talents, and equipment to help you overcome all of these obstacles and remain successful.Flatbed - Is your cargo too big for a regular truck? Consider a flatbed truck. Is it necessary to load it using a crane? Is it going to a building or drilling site? Is it broader than 96" and taller than 100"? Then you'll very certainly require a flatbed solution. In a flatbed move, their professionally trained drivers and experienced operations team may make all the difference. Building materials, heavy machinery, oil & gas equipment, telecommunications towers, construction pipes, mining equipment, and fiber optic cables are just some of the heavy haul and oversized freight that they can handle. To accommodate your freight, they have a variety of equipment (including Double Drop Trailers, Step-Deck Trailers, and Highboys) in their fleet. They'll collaborate with you to find the best solution for your freight.Transborder - With their LTL Transborder service between Canada and the United States, Canadian customers may reach over 90% of the US population. Their industry-leading on-time performance, flawless online track and trace capability, and PARS border clearance at nine important crossing locations on the Canada-US border set them apart from the competition. You will have peace of mind if you cross the border.
Parcel Tracker provides tracking both for international postal services (delivery services run by countries) and for couriers (private companies such as UPS and FedEx).