Bison Transport

Bison Transport


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Sector: Transportation and Warehousing

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Bison Transport is a privately held, professionally managed transportation company, established in 1969. With a network of terminals throughout Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, Bison is a leading asset-based freight solutions provider that employs over 4,000 professional Drivers and staff. We proudly deliver award-winning transportation services to our valued clients throughout North America. We operate one of the largest, safest, and most modern fleets on the road today. Our investments in tractor, trailer and container-Bison equipment are a testament to the commitment we’ve made to our customers, staff, and the industry.

Our growing asset-based fleet boasts 2,600 tractors, 9,000 trailers and containers operating throughout North America. Beyond this, we have access to over thousands of trucks through our Logistics Operations, along with container cube and priority access on rail networks across North America.

Background and suitability for a career in Transportation is wide ranging. Some of our brightest people have joined us with no previous “trucking” experience. We always say we work in the “people business”. So, whether you have a background in the airline, automotive, retail or hospitality industries, to name a few, your experience is valuable and we are bound to find many transferrable skills.

We are ready to welcome exceptional, high potential contributors who aspire to lead people and processes in the pursuit of service excellence in a highly dynamic and collaborative environment. We seek team players who are eager to learn our business from the ground up, are able to demonstrate a track record of strong performance and possess a sincere interest in growing their careers in the transportation arena. We seek top notch communicators who adopt a driver of change mindset of “how can we be better, do better and get better results”.

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