Nomade Transport has been serving a diverse clientele within both Canada and the U.S. since 1984 utilizing a fleet of trucks and trailers that meet the latest industry standards.
From coast to coast, our comprehensive fleet of flatbeds, drop decks, and vans, coupled with our team’s expertise, mean clients trust us with the specialized transportation of their construction and raw materials, heavy-duty equipment, consumer goods, and a wide range of machinery.
We can also easily provide cross-docking of cargo, storage, logistics, and asset-backed brokerage.
Nomade Transport serves a diverse clientele from coast to coast, including four specific regions – Quebec, Ontario, the Maritimes, and Western Canada – as well as international clients (throughout Canada and U.S.).
Offering three levels of freight accommodation, we understand the critical value of dedicated warehousing, outside warehousing, as well as transshipment.
Utilizing the trucks, the equipment, and an expertly trained team of office staff, professional drivers, and warehousing and cross-docking personnel, Nomade is committed to delivering peace of mind, above all else—from point of pickup to successful delivery.
Driver Appreciation Week has come to an end, but our gratitude has not. Each year we enjoy being able to celebrate our professional truck drivers for all they do, not only for Jetco, but for our communities as well. You help keep America running and one week of celebration will never be enough so once again THANK YOU! Until next year!
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