Day & Ross Fortifies Network with Acquisition of Stonehammer
As part of its growth strategy, Day & Ross has acquired Stonehammer Transport Inc., an established carrier based in Okotoks, Alberta.
As we continue our CX journey into FY19, we are pleased to announce the two CX Excellence Award Winners and the recipients of the CX Excellence Certificates for Q1.
Special thanks to all who took the time to nominate their peers and owner operators who support our CX vision by providing a memorable experience to our customers and by embracing our CX values.
Day & Ross is proud to be on this list of the Top 50 Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation named by the Women in Trucking Association. Nearly 150 nominations were received, and more than 7,000 votes were cast to identify the companies named to the list.
Day & Ross Transportation Group has purchased a mobile driving simulator to help further support the development of our professional driving team.
The Day & Ross Simulator supports driver evaluation, basic and advanced training under various road, traffic and weather conditions
Day & Ross Freight announces the grand opening of its second facility in Ottawa, Ontario, boasting 5,000 sq.ft.
The new terminal, coded ORA in the Day & Ross systems and My Day & Ross online shipping tools, will handle freight originating from Toronto, Montreal, and Woodstock, and destined for rural Ottawa area. ORA enables freight segregation that bypasses the current Ottawa Terminal (OTT) resulting into a more effective freight flow.
Hartland, NB - Day & Ross Freight Announcement
Day & Ross Freight is pleased to announce the Customer Experience (CX) Excellence Award Winners and the recipients of the CX Excellence Certificate for Q4 of Fiscal 2018 that ended on June 30th.
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.