Challenger Motor Freight Inc.

Challenger Motor Freight Inc.

January 04, 2011 13:14 ET

Expect Disruptions in Traffic and Utility Services Between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. From January 7 to January 11 in Areas Between the Port of Hamilton and Toronto's Pearson Airport

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 4, 2011) - Challenger wishes to advise the travelling public and residents who live or work between the Port of Hamilton and Toronto's Pearson airport to expect disruptions in traffic and utility services between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. on the following dates January 7, 8 9, 10 and 11, 2010.

Six oversized pieces of equipment must be transported by truck from the port of Hamilton to their destination near Toronto's Pearson airport between January 7 and January 11, 2010, during the evening and overnight hours only.

Each load is 150ft (length) x 24ft (width) x 27ft (high), which will require disruptions in traffic and utility services to ensure safe transportation of the equipment as well as the safety of the transportation team and the general public.

Although Challenger, the company responsible for moving the equipment, has worked closely with all stakeholders and has mapped out a route of minimal impact for the general public and local residents along the transportation route, it wants to advise the general public of these disruptions, so people have the opportunity to plan accordingly.

Please visit our website at www.challenger.com/molsoncoors for a detailed route map and for the latest update of where the trucks are currently located.

Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario, on 53 acres, the Challenger Group employs more than 2,300 people and operates approximately 1,500 trucks and 3,300 trailers. It is the largest privately owned truckload carrier in Canada and the sixth largest trucking company in the country. Challenger has been recognized repeatedly by its customers and the industry for outstanding service. In 2010, they were given the honour of being one of Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies for the ninth consecutive year. In addition to their world-class facility in Cambridge, Ontario, Challenger has facilities in Montreal, Toronto, London, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg and Edmonton. The Challenger Group consists of Elgin Motor Freight, Cam Hiltz Trucking, Lodwick Transport, and TCX, as unique separate entities.

Contact Information

  • Challenger Group
    Sarah Sheehan
    Communications Coordinator
    519-653-6226 Ext. 2606
    www.challenger.com