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Af­ter win­ning the Cana­dian Ship­per’s Ship­per’s Choice Award for five con­sec­u­tive years, lo­cal trans­port company, Se­away Ex­press, is now a designated Car­rier of Choice. The award was pre­sented in by a national trans­porta­tion mag­a­zine, The Cana­dian Ship­per.

Ship­pers are asked to rank the im­por­tance of eight cri­te­ria, in­clud­ing on-time per­for­mance, com­pet­i­tive pric­ing and cus­tomer ser­vice. Car­ri­ers re­ceive the Ship­per’s Choice Award when their to­tal score meets or sur­passes the to­tal Bench­mark of Ex­cel­lence. This is not an easy award to win – es­pe­cially five times in a row. “Be­ing rec­og­nized as a Car­rier of Choice along­side some of Canada’s largest trans­port com­pa­nies, is a great hon­our,” says Gen­eral Man­ager Me­lanie Hamel. “This award puts our Corn­wall-based company on the map for national part­ners look­ing for trans­porta­tion ser­vices in this area.” She cred­its the em­ploy­ees for the recog­ni­tion. “Our cus­tomer­driven team at Se­away Ex­press is the rea­son for this win. This award would not be pos­si­ble with­out all play­ers in­volved.” For al­most 30 years, Se­away Ex­press has been serv­ing East­ern On­tario and Québec.


CAR­RIER OF CHOICE: From left: Steven Lind­say, Di­rec­tor of Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment, Me­lanie Hamel, Gen­eral Man­ager, Gary Lalonde, Op­er­a­tions Man­ager.

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