Express Mondor, Transport l’Épiphanie partner to accelerate growth

June 2, 2015
Express Mondor and Transport l’Épiphanie announce their strategic partnership with a view to increasing operational synergy and accelerating growth. Under the agreement, the two companies will harmonize the management and operation of their fleets in order to optimize equipment use and better meet the needs of their customers across North America, the companies said.Express Mondor and Transport l’Épiphanie are specialized in non-standard (oversize) transportation, which serve a wide cross-section of customers in a variety of industries in Canada and the U.S. The implementation of this agreement will make it possible for the partners to optimally manage, maintain and operate a combined fleet of more than 80 tractors and 200 modern trailers, according to the companies. “We are delighted with this agreement, which will allow Transport l’Épiphanie to strive for continued growth by capitalizing on additional skills and resources, in order to better meet the needs of our customers, while continuing to offer fast and personalized service, seven days a week, 24 hours a day,” said Éric Morin, president of Transport l’Épiphanie.“Express Mondor and Transport L’Épiphanie are companies that have known each other for many years,” said Éric Mondor, president of Express Mondor. “We work in the same industry, and we share the same values, in particular regarding customer service and operational safety. We are therefore very pleased with this agreement that allows us to continue to develop our operations, as well as meet our customers’ expectations even more.”

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