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Friday Mar 23, 2012
The BC Lower Mainland represents a strong and growing opportunity for Bison Transport and today the company is
pleased to announce the acquisition of a “turn key” trucking terminal located in Langley, BC.
The centrally located 20,310 square foot facility is located on 6.15 acres in the northwest Langley industrial area and
adjoins Port Kells and Surrey. The size and nature of the purchase will see Bison share the facility with another trucking
operation for at least the first 12 months, with room for other potential tenancy arrangements ongoing.
Trevor Fridfinnson, VP of Western Operations states “This purchase represents a leap forward in Bison’s presence in the
BC region and most importantly, a strong base by which to better serve and grow with our clients, as well as our driving
and non-driving staff alike.”
The key details of the acquisition are as follows:
The possession is expected to begin the week of Monday March 19, 2012 with additional moves staged over following
This is not the first time the Bison has seen significant growth in the form of the land and buildings required to support
it’s large and diverse operation. Some of the significant property transactions include:
About Bison Transport
Bison Transport is one of the largest Truckload Carriers in Canada today, offering award winning transportation solutions
to the industry for 42 years. Recognized by the TCA (Truckload Carrier’s Association) as North America’s Safest Fleet,
Bison is a high-service, dependable and value creating supply chain partner. Bison offers Truckload Service, Asset Based
Logistics, Intermodal, Dedicated Fleet Operations, Yard Management and Warehousing & Distribution. Bison is an active
member of Natural Resources Canada's FleetSmart Program as well as a SmartWay Transport Partner, a national and
voluntary partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
For more information contact
VP of Western Operations