Trans BC Freightways is a locally owned and operated company, established in Annacis Island, BC since 1995. We are Growing, Dynamic, Nationwide carrier that provides specialized transportation solutions with Flexible, First-Class services that reinforce our customers competitive edge in a continually fluctuating business environment.
We operate with state of the art equipment and tracking technology, providing our customers with a total transportation solution. Experience and qualified personnel, along with competitive rates, ensures service excellence for our customers.
We take pride in the professional, reliable service we provide to every one of our customers. Our highly trained staff is always standing by to help you solve your transportation problems. From source to destination, we aim to deliver the best transportation services in Lower Mainland. To achieve this, we have assembled a team of highly professional drivers, dispatchers and administration staff, and have well-maintained fleet of vehicles with which we deliver the goods in the most effective and affordable way possible.
Trans BC Freightways is also available to provide out-sourcing for other shipping lines. Shippers are frequently left with truck shortages when faced with time sensitive shipping. Let TransBC Freightways Ltd, fill this gap for you: we have trucks waiting by today to help you meet your shipping obligations.
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.
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