Below is a listing of the different trucking services available to our customers. Our shipping experts can help you in determining which option is best for you.
Less-than truckload (LTL)
Less-than truckload, otherwise known as “LTL” in the transport industry, are trucking shipments which do not occupy a truck’s full trailer space. This shipment method can be used when the freight weighs in between 150 and 15,000 pounds.
Full truckload (FTL)
A full truckload, otherwise known as “FTL” in the transport industry, are trucking shipments which take up either the entire space or weight limit of an entire trailer. Refrigerated, flatbed and dry van options are also available for TL shipments.
Intermodal freight are shipments in either an intermodal container or vehicle, using multiple modes of transportation (e.g. rail, ship, truck), without any direct handling of the freight itself when changing modes.
Need something delivered yesterday? A direct drive might be right for you. A direct drive is a truck or other vehicle which has been rented to drive freight exclusively from one location to another. This service is typically used for time-critical shipments.
In addition to the trucking services detailed above, we also offer final mile delivery services using our in-house fleet of trucks. Currently, this service is only available within the greater Montreal area.
Looking for help determining freight class?
Make sure to check out our guide to determining freight class, which can be found here.