Hartland, NB, September 18, 2017 - Day & Ross Freight announced today that it has opened its 10th U.S. border crossing from Vancouver, BC, into Sacramento, CA. The new gateway provides customers with additional opportunities to move cross-border freight through competitive pricing and increased efficiency.
“We are excited to announce the opening of the new Sacramento, CA gateway that will further enhance our LTL service between Canada and the U.S.,” declared Day & Ross Freight Vice-President Sales & Marketing, Bruce Morin. “Our high-speed dependable Transborder LTL service supports customers’ fast cycle logistics needs and enables them to reach the U.S. market more effectively: less shipment handling, better cargo care, and web visibility.”
The addition of Sacramento/Vancouver gateway by Day & Ross Freight, in conjunction with its strategic U.S. partner R+L Carriers, complements a seamless cross-border network of nine points of entry: Vancouver BC/Tacoma WA, Winnipeg MB/Minneapolis MN, Winnipeg MB/Janesville WI, Windsor ON/Detroit MI, Toronto ON/Buffalo NY, Toronto ON/Chicago IL, Montreal QC/Albany NY, Saint John NB/Manchester NH, Sarnia ON/Port Huron MI.
For a list of locations, transit times, quotes, and My Day & Ross shipping portal, please visit www.dayross.ca.
Day & Ross Freight is a Canadian national carrier that offers point to point service on time and damage free. Right to the point. Always delivering on its commitments, without over-promising or under-delivering. The Day & Ross Freight service offering is based on five core pillars: national network, qualified Owner Operators and employees, competitive rates, technology-enabled solutions, and superior customer service. With a national network of 35 Canadian terminals from coast to coast and a strategic U.S. partnership with R+L Carriers that takes away the border, Day & Ross Freight continues to deliver a full suite of services including: • Less than Truckload (LTL), intra-Canada and Transborder • Truckload (TL), intra-Canada, Transborder, and Mexico • Temperature Controlled • Consolidation / Deconsolidation • Direct to Vendor / Direct to Store • Dangerous Goods.