Hartland, NB – Day & Ross Freight has announced the following organizational changes effective immediately. To support the continued success and future growth opportunities of its business, the Company has made several changes in its organizational structure and Senior Leadership Team (SLT).
Interview with Doug Tingley, President Day & Ross Freight, and Joel Clarke-Ames, Director of Operations Day & Ross Supply Chain and Trade Networks
The Canadian Labour Congress started a tradition of remembering those workers killed, disabled, or injured in the workplace. The Day of Mourning is currently observed across Canada, and by more than 100 other countries.
Day & Ross Freight joins the workers, families, employers, and others across Canada who come together to remember those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational diseases. It is a time to honour the people who have been injured or killed while on the job. It is also a time to show support to their families, friends, and co-workers.
Day & Ross Freight is pleased to announce its first Customer Experience (CX) Excellence Award Winners and the recipients of the CX Excellence Certificate for Q3 of Fiscal 2018 that ended on March 31.
All of us, regardless of the job we perform or the title we hold, are customer engagement agents empowered to influence the customers’ perception and enhance their experience with Day & Ross Freight.
Recently, trade publications have abounded with articles about the capacity crunch in the trucking industry. It is enough to peruse the headlines to see that most analysts believe that “2018 may be the worst capacity crunch in history”. While we understand this is a real challenge, we also see it as an opportunity for deepening the carrier-shipper collaboration by understanding what is causing the crunch, developing shipping standards, and enhancing the communication.
Day & Ross Inc. announced today that Doug Tingley, Vice-President of Operations, has been promoted to President of Day & Ross Freight.
Doug joined Day & Ross in 2013 and, during his time with the company, he and his team have successfully executed the company’s core strategy of delivering a leading service product, while simultaneously improving productivity within key areas of the cost structure. Doug will continue to represent Day & Ross on the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association Board where he serves as Vice-Chair.
The Day & Ross Transportation Group has continued to be recognized as a Platinum Member of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2017, a designation that it has maintained for over eight consecutive years. This prestigious award honours excellence in Canadian owned and managed companies. It is the country’s leading business awards program and measures financial performance, as well as the company’s commitment to safety, quality, best agricultural, manufacturing, transportation and supply chain practices, marketing campaigns, innovations, sustainability and environmental
Day & Ross Freight is pleased to announce the official opening of a new terminal in Lethbridge, AB, located at 225 28th Street North. “As we expand our network and coverage in Western Canada, we continue to support our customers’ growth in the region, along with our long-term investment in the province,” Day & Ross Freight President Brian Murray said in a statement to customers.
Further to the Marine Atlantic’s notification, effective April 1, 2018, The Day & Ross Transportation Group will adjust its current cost recovery ferry surcharges for all shipments going to or from Newfoundland via Marine Atlantic Ferries as follows: