Morneau Sego

Morneau Sego

February 24, 2015 16:40 ET

A Wabush Terminal for Morneau Sego

Investments made to better serve clients and northern regions

QUÉBEC CITY, QUÉBEC--(Marketwired - Feb. 24, 2015) - Groupe Morneau and its Morneau Sego division are proud to be expanding their network by adding a terminal in Wabush that will provide clients with improved efficiencies in the Quebec and Labrador region. This expansion will allow Morneau Sego to offer more competitively-priced connections and faster deliveries.

"This terminal further strengthens Morneau Sego's operational flexibility, and improves the overall service for which Groupe Morneau is renowned," said Frédéric Ruel, Development Director at Morneau Sego. "We have been serving the northern regions for years now; our clients come from a number of sectors such as mining, energy, and other related industries, including the distribution of consumer goods," added Serge Gosselin, President of Morneau Sego.

André Morneau, President of Groupe Morneau said that "Our investments, including ones in Baie-Comeau in 2002, and Sept-îles in 2014, confirm our intention to strengthen our presence in these regions.

Moreover, Morneau Sego is recruiting for the position of Truck Driver Supervisor at the Wabush Terminal. For more information on this job posting, or to apply online before February 27, visit:

About Morneau Sego

For more than 15 years, Morneau Sego has been offering specialized services in the transport of goods in full and partial loads to the northern regions. With its experienced drivers and its fleet of vehicles adapted to suit rugged driving conditions, Morneau Sego is the most qualified transport company for the North.

About Groupe Morneau

Groupe Morneau has been active for over 70 years in the transportation and the distribution of merchandise across Quebec, Canada and internationally. The group is made up of divisions including Morneau Transport, Morneau Eskimo, Morneau Solution, Morneau Global and Morneau Sego which enable the firm to offer its customers the largest network of terminals in Quebec. A family enterprise, the company is strongly tied to its Lower St. Lawrence roots where it maintains its administrative head office. For more information, please visit

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