MONTREAL, April 3, 2023 — Dynapro Transport, a Courchesne Larose Group BB #:115999 company specializing in the transport of fruits, vegetables and dry goods, is proud to announce the acquisition of Quebec-based Transport TEB, a key player in the delivery of fresh produce over short distances.
The complementary nature of the two companies’ truck fleets will ensure a complete and diversified service offering for a clientele that includes food chains, market gardeners and processors.
Dynapro Transport has been providing quality service to numerous distributors, wholesalers and retailers in the food sector in Quebec and Eastern Ontario for the past 20 years, while respecting the industry’s strictest sanitation standards. The company specializes in the delivery of large quantities of products with, among others, 53-foot trailers, while the Transport TEB fleet is composed mainly of straight trucks that offer greater flexibility in urban centres and are capable of serving smaller customers.
“We are very excited to welcome the Transport TEB team to Dynapro Transport. Both companies have specialized for many years in the transportation of fruits and vegetables and dry goods and share common values of excellence and customer focus. This merger will make us an even more efficient company thanks to the combined expertise of our employees,” said Denis Pageau, President of Dynapro Transport.
Founded in 1996, Transport TEB has developed a large network of privileged professional relationships over the years to ensure a reliable, fast and safe delivery service.
In addition to offering great flexibility in the collection of goods, especially in restricted areas such as Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, Transport TEB meets applicable hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) standards. Transport TEB’s operations will be integrated into Dynapro Transport and all jobs will be maintained.
“New growth opportunities are opening up for our employees at Dynapro Transport. Our promise to move goods as efficiently as possible in as little time as possible remains. We are confident that with Dynapro Transport, a partner with whom we have been working for many years, our high-quality services will be further enhanced,” said Eric Brousseau, President of Transport TEB.
About Dynapro Transport
Founded in 2003, Dynapro Transport has acquired over the years, a professional, efficient and dynamic experience in the field of fruit and vegetable and dry goods transportation. The company uses all the new technologies allowing it to situate its equipment in real time, to optimize movements, in addition to remotely managing optimal temperatures for the products. In addition, the company has begun a shift towards the adoption of electric technology. For more information, visit www.dynaprotransport.com.
About Transport TEB
Since 1996, Transport TEB has been providing delivery, warehousing and distribution services, as well as transportation logistics for dry goods, non-perishable goods and fresh produce. They guarantee their clients a specialized, efficient, fast and safe service. Website: www.transportteb.com.
About the Courchesne Larose Group
A leading player in the Canadian fruit and vegetable industry for over 100 years, Courchesne Larose Ltd. is a family-owned company that employs over 600 people. Over the past few years, several subsidiaries have been added, allowing us to develop an incomparable value proposition for customers and suppliers. The Courchesne Larose Group includes Aliments Bercy, Krops Imports, Marcan Packaging, Dynapro Transport, Maroc Fruit Overseas Company and Green Earth Produce Trading. Its primary mission is to provide its suppliers with the largest and best distribution network of fresh fruits and vegetables in Eastern Canada, allowing its customers to benefit from diversified and quality products year-round. Its suppliers come from all over the world and its customers are located throughout Canada and on the American East Coast. For more information, please visit courchesnelarose.com/en.
Source: Dynapro Transport
Information: Fernande Bernier