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Manitoulin opens Kingston, Ontario, terminal

New terminal provides increased shipping capacity

October 11, 2019

Jeff King, president, Manitoulin Transport on the left, with Kingston’s Mayor Bryan Paterson.

KINGSTON, Ont. – Manitoulin Transport has opened a new transportation terminal in Kingston, Ontario.

Located in Glenburnie, just north of the 401 highway, the new terminal provides increased shipping capacity and prepares Manitoulin to meet future customer demand as economic growth in the area continues.

Manitoulin executives and customers, Kingston mayor Bryan Paterson, and members of the media attended a grand opening event.

“It is very gratifying to come into a community and feel we can contribute to its success,” said Jeff King, president, Manitoulin Transport. 

“We understand that there is a demand for quality local providers of freight transportation services which we are delighted to fill.”

“We welcome Manitoulin Transport to Kingston,” said Paterson.

“Manitoulin Transport is a company that embraces technological innovation and is deeply committed to customers. I believe it’s an excellent addition to Kingston. With the arrival of Manitoulin, our businesses now have a wider range of service providers to choose from to take their products across Canada or to any part of the world.”

“Manitoulin’s investment demonstrates our commitment to Kingston and the surrounding areas,” said King.

“We have partnered successfully with businesses in other parts of the country to help them meet their supply chain objectives and intend to do the same in Kingston.”