Trans BC Freightways offers a complete range of import and export ocean freight services including general cargo, specialized items, oversized cargo, heavy equipment, hazardous materials (hazmat), and high value. We offer transit with carriers designed to handle specialized cargo, and for cargo that doesn't conform to standard container sizes.
It’s easy to say that you can do this or can do that. The hard part comes in backing it all up. Delivering value while also delivering the freight.
Great service value at a great price.
20 years of 99.9 % claim free shipping
shipping you can trust.
Experience confidence knowing that a phone call away, when you need them most.
The more you ship with us
the more you save.
Error Elimination and Superior Performance is our focal point
Fast and friendly service, always.
"No matter what was going on they have always been professional, helpful, and 100% understanding when the unexpected bumps happen along the way. Any time day or night we are able to give them a call if an issue arises and they are there for us until the problem is solved. They offer reliable container, truckload and LTL services, with good rates."
"Your staff has been a tremendous asset to our company as you continue to provide us with excellent service and care for both your customer and for us as a carrier. There is really nothing that has ever been a hassle for us with Trans BC Freightway."
"We have been working with Trans BC Freightway since 2003 and have been very satisfied all along the way because all the staff is very friendly, professional and easy to get along with. They understand our needs and go above and beyond to ensure we’re taken care of and that the job always gets done the right way."
Immigrants, meanwhile, make up about 20 percent (57,000 drivers) of the truck driver population. However, this percentage is smaller than it is for the Canadian workforce. Non-permanent residents make up a very small share of the driver population, at 0.5 percent, compared to the workforce as a whole at 1.1 percent.29 March 2017
The shortage of professional truck drivers in the Canadian for-hire trucking industry is escalating more rapidly than industry analysts previously thought, according to a new study prepared for the Canadian Trucking Alliance.9 January 2017