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:
Day & Ross Freight is pleased to announce the Customer Experience (CX) Excellence Award Winners and the recipients of the CX Excellence Certificate for Q2 of Fiscal 2018 that ended on December 31st.
Day & Ross Freight is pleased to announce its first Customer Experience (CX) Excellence Award Winners and the recipients of the CX Excellence Certificate for Q1 of Fiscal 2018 that ended on September 30th.
Overnight Service - Edmonton to Kelowna
Monday, October 16, 2017
Day & Ross Freight announced that overnight service is now available on the following lanes starting today: from Edmonton to Kelowna, and from Kelowna, Kamloops, Vernon, Penticton, Salmon Arm to Edmonton.
For over 30 years, Day & Ross Freight has been delivering Flatbed Services across Canada and cross-border to the U.S.!
Does your freight need to be crane loaded? Do you ship to a construction or drilling site? Is your freight wider than 96” or over 100” tall? Does it weigh up to 68,000 lbs (within Canada) or up to 42,000 lbs (into or out of the US)? Then most likely you need a flatbed. Let our Flatbed Specialists help you determine which type of flatbed is most appropriate for your freight.
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.
June 1, 2017 - Hartland, New Brunswick
Day & Ross Inc. announced today that Bill Doherty has been appointed as its new President and CEO, succeeding John Doucet who will retire from the role on June 30th, 2017. Bill joined Day & Ross on October 3, 2016 as part of the leadership transition plan.
Please note that we are currently experiencing phone issues. We are having difficulty receiving inbound calls to 1.800 numbers. Some direct phone lines for staff are also affected.
We apologize for the inconvenience and we assure you that we are diligently working on finding a resolution.
In the meantime, you can contact us via email as follows:
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