LTL Cross-Border

LTL Cross-Border

ARGUS Transport Canada has been handling LTL shipments of all sizes between Quebec, Ontario and the United States for over 40 years. Whether one skid or ten your LTL shipments will receive personalized attention ensuring our commitment to meet targeted transit times.

Using Argus late model tractors we have been servicing client LTL needs between Quebec, Ontario, and the Northeast USA servicing all points in:

Connecticut – Maine – Massachusetts – New Hampshire – New Jersey – New York – Pennsylvania – Rhode Island – Vermont

LTL Cross-Border “Bonded Shipments”

ARGUS Transport Canada employees have extensive experience managing air & ocean shipments moving “in-bond” between Canada and the United States. We are US & CDN bonded as well as CTPAT validated.

The Montreal hub terminal also operates a Sufferance Warehouse whereby we de-stuff import containers and place goods “in-bond” pending final delivery to US destinations with clearance at the border.

ARGUS Transport Canada has proven to be the “go-to” carrier for “in-bond” movements where experienced staff are key to get things done efficiently. Our relationships with freight-forwarders and customs brokers extend over forty years.

LTL Transit Times

Our highly trained dispatch crew work very diligently to monitor and meet our transit time goals. LTL transit times range between 1-3 days based on shipment criteria. Most LTL shipments between Montreal and the NE USA will deliver in 1-2 days. Most LTL shipments from Toronto and SW Ontario would deliver between 1-3 days. We are also there for you should you need dedicated or expedited service.

ARGUS Logistics – LTL Provider North American Wide

Let ARGUS Logistics Division step in to book your LTL shipments to those States not services on ARGUS equipment. Between ARGUS asset-based division and ARGUS Logistics division count on us to competitively price and manage any size LTL shipment that you may have between all Canadian & US points. Our Logistics personnel have decades of experience working with a vast carrier network.