Techtop Canada Inc., a Canadian industrial motors distributor, has opened its first-ever Manitoba location in Brookside Business Park in CentrePort Canada. The 6,000 sq. ft. office, warehouse and distribution centre is on Ronn Road in CentrePort North.
Bison Transport Inc. has acquired Amherst, Wisconsin-based H.O. Wolding, Inc. HOW is a 320-truck, dry van fleet with truckload operations in the US Midwest, northeast and southeast regions.
Rob Penner, Bison Transport’s President and CEO, said, “The HOW acquisition represents a strategic investment in US domestic transportation
services that will work alongside Britton Transport, another of our US subsidiaries, to add scale and provide a wider breadth of services to our customers. Our goal as the new owner is to empower HOW leadership with access to our expertise, resources and cost models. The people at HOW have built a great reputation for how they serve their customers and their team of professional drivers and we want to see that continue to thrive and grow.”
Penner added, “I’m happy to announce that Marc Wolding has accepted the role of President of HOW. Marc, a third-generation Wolding, grew up in this business and has clearly demonstrated his leadership skills and business acumen as he helped build HOW’s reputation as a go-to carrier and an employer of choice in its operating regions.”
The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) today held its 87th Annual General Meeting at the Manitoba Club. This year’s President’s report focused on association policy work, and community engagement. The AGM also saw the election of the new Board of Directors, they are as follows: