Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. announced it has added outbound less-than-truckload service from Vancouver, British Columbia, in response to growing trade moving through the region.
Roadrunner, based in Cudahy, Wisconsin, said the step will expand offerings to West Canada. It’s the fourth such expansion this year in North America, said the statement from the company that ranks No. 17 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest U.S. and Canadian for-hire companies.
“Vancouver is a vibrant area with dynamic business growth, being fueled by domestic as well as international trade,” said Grant Crawford, Roadrunner’s president of LTL. “The access to the world supply chain that this market provides through ports in both Vancouver and Prince Rupert is becoming a regular choice for customers moving freight from Asia into North America. Adding outbound service will allow us to serve the needs of customers that require transportation in both directions.”