Bourret has been leading the way in LTL shipping for over 90 years. We can point to nearly a century of improvements, on the road and in our technology. That’s what makes us so efficient—we’re constantly developing and striving to meet new standards of reliability.
Delivering on time with no breakage or loss.
For 90 years.
The best coverage in Quebec—and stunningly efficient, too
We serve all Quebec’s regions that have a high volume of LTL deliveries. You won’t find anyone faster. We guarantee delivery within 24 hours in most towns and cities. Transport Bourret will even pick up and deliver goods in hard-to-reach areas, including sites that don’t have shipping and receiving docks.
24–48-hour shipping in the U.S. Northeast
We ship quickly to the U.S., particularly the border states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and New York. Transport Bourret is C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) certified, so your merchandise will pass safely and easily through U.S. customs. Our storage facilities are located near the border and are fully equipped to serve as your distribution center for the Canadian market.
Quick shipping to anywhere in Canada or the U.S.
Do you have a full truckload to ship? Contact us and we’ll assess your needs. We’ll get it to where it needs to go in Canada or the U.S., no matter how long or short the trip.
Do you have special pickup, delivery, or merchandise needs? We’re here to help.Contact us » 1-800-567-1470
LTL stands for Less-than-TruckLoad. Everything’s in the same truck, but it’s from multiple clients. Cargo that’s all going to same way can be loaded into the same truck. That way, the truck can make a single trip, yet pick up from and deliver to several places. This also makes it more affordable for clients to ship their goods, even if their cargo is too small to take up a whole truck.
An experienced shipper makes things so much easier.
We take hazardous materials very seriously. All our drivers are accredited and undergo training every year to update their skills. Our team complies with the law and uses best practices: