Ground Logistics

We select the right partner for the right service at the right price. Our team provides precision-tailored cargo solutions for specialized, over-dimensional and overweight shipments. You name it, we can ship it! Anything is possible.

Expert teams. Tailored solutions.

We tailor your ground logistics solutions to match your business needs.

We have a network of reliable partners and dedicated resources in all the right places.

We offer end-to-end oversight on every project.

A complete logistics management solution for ground transportation.

  • Our edge
  • Ground logistics
  • Last-mile delivery
  • Special projects
  • Service on another level.

    We offer specialized services, project freight and retail solutions. Benefit from time-definite and flexible scheduling, and special handling for oversized loads and remote locations. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing exceptional service. You can trust us to handle your logistics needs with the utmost care and precision. 

    Ground logistics.

    We specialize in simplifying deliveries to and from anywhere in North America. We hold certifications and accreditations for cross-border shipping to Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

    Our full truckload (FTL) team specializes in supply-chain efficiency and develops specific distribution strategies. For smaller shipments, our expanded network offers less-than-truckload (LTL) solutions that are flexible and efficient. Our new self-service platform OT-Ship allows you to book LTL shipments at any time and choose from a list of national carriers. The platform also gives you access to shipment tracking, document retrieval and order history in seconds.

    Last mile drayage, transload, intermodal, and warehousing.

    We mastered the art of utilizing various modes of transportation to ensure your goods are delivered on time to their intended destination. We work closely with maritime and rail transport providers while adhering to all relevant compliance regulations for seamless customs clearance in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. We also take care of all import and export documentation and every handling detail, including drayage, trans-shipment, unloading, palletization and storage. 

    Special projects.

    We have a reputation for providing exceptional non-standard transportation services. One of our greatest strengths is our access to a wide range of resources and reliable partners. From securing equipment to ensuring a successful delivery, we work to minimize your risk and optimize cost efficiency at every step. 

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    Your questions. Our answers.

    What’s the maximum weight I can ship in the U.S. on a divisible load?

    The maximum gross vehicle weight (GVW) is 80,000 pounds. Therefore, depending on the weight of the truck and trailer, 45,000 pounds is a good rule of thumb.

    What are the differences between a common carrier and a linehaul carrier?

    Common carriers, such as T-Force, Manitoulin and Estes, have multiple terminals throughout their coverage area. They specialize in LTL shipments, which may be transferred several times during transit. A linehaul carrier is more versatile and can handle LTL, large LTL and FTL shipments. They also charge on a per-pallet basis, requiring minimal handling and transfers.

    What is a bonded shipment?

    A bonded shipment is a shipment that moves through a country without being subjected to any duties or taxes upon entering from a foreign country, or while exporting to another. The carrier is responsible for ensuring that the shipment is bonded and cancelled by the customs agency to avoid facing heavy fines and penalties.

    What is a container freight station (CFS)?

    A CFS is a warehouse typically located near a port or airport where international shipments go through customs checks, are destuffed from containers, and then delivered.

    What is a permitted load?

    Permitted loads are shipments moving on open deck equipment and exceeding the legal dimensions or weight allowed for road transport. Their transportation requires special permits issued by concerned authorities, towns, provinces, and states. Permit requirements can vary depending on location.