Canada Cartage buys Cam-Scott Transport


Canada Cartage has introduced its acquisition of Whitby, Ont.-based Cam-Scott Transport, increasing its temperature-sensitive service choices.

The deal contains 150 tractors and 250 reefer trailers. Cam-Scott focuses on meals and beverage deliveries in Ontario and likewise owns a 24-door cross-dock facility, upkeep store, and workplace in Whitby.

(Photograph: Cam-Scott Transport)

“Cam-Scott may be very profitable and rising transport firm,” mentioned Canada Cartage president and CEO Jeff Lindsay. “Their specialization in temperature-controlled recent, frozen, and dry items is a superb match with Canada Cartage’s buyer base within the grocery and retail meals and beverage sectors. Combining our two firms will assist us to develop in these necessary market segments.”

“I do know that Canada Cartage is a superb match for each our workers and our prospects as we convey the businesses collectively,” added Cam-Scott president and proprietor Glenn Weddel. “It would present extra alternatives for our staff, and extra companies throughout Canada for our prospects.”

Weddel will keep on for a time to make sure a clean transition, and basic supervisor Stephanie Chandler will stay to supervise day-to-day firm operations.

Left Lane Associations represented Cam-Scott within the transaction.


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