Driver turnover ratio of 9% compared to industry average of over 90%
Woodbridge, ON – Titanium Transportation Group Inc. (TSX-V:TTR) (“Titanium” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company has maintained its best-in-class driver turnover ratio of 9% in 2015, compared to the Canadian industry average of over 90%.
Mr. Ted Daniel, CEO of Titanium commented, “Industry leading driver retention is a competitive advantage for Titanium. Our ability to retain drivers is directly attributable to our technology advantage, quality fleet, industry-leading owner/operator program, and most importantly a corporate culture that respects, values and empowers our drivers. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our drivers for their efforts in 2015.”
Titanium is a leading asset-based transportation and logistics company servicing Canada and the United States, with approximately 450 power units, 1,200 trailers and 550 employees and independent owner operators. Titanium provides truckload, dedicated, and cross-border trucking services, freight logistics, and warehousing and distribution to over 1,000 customers. Titanium is a recognized consolidator of asset-based transportation companies in Ontario, having completed eight asset-based trucking acquisitions since 2011. Titanium has also been ranked by PROFIT magazine as one of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies for seven consecutive years.
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