Trans BC FreightwaysLTL is an acronym for a shipment that is less than a truckload. This means a shipment that does not require a full 53-foot trailer. It’s a convenient, cost-effective way to deal with smaller loads, but not many carriers offer this service.
Trans BC Freightways offers LTL service to our entire lower mainland of British Columbia coverage area using our own extensive fleet of trucks. For some Canadian and international shipping we work through one of our trusted partners.
Every day Trans BC Freightways picks up LTL shipments from around the Greater Vancouver Area (GVA) for same day delivery to the lower mainland. Of course, next day delivery to the GVA is also available.
The convenient, cost effective and practical service is used by many businesses that need quick reliable service and are not well served by other carriers.
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"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."
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