Since 2006, PSI has project-managed and delivered high-value, oversized freight of all shapes, sizes, and types—from armored vehicles and windmill bases to transformers, exhaust cylinders, and nearly everything in between. We’ve done it safely, on time, and on budget—because no matter the scope or scale of your project, PSI has the equipment, the people, and the expertise to excel at successful heavy haul transport throughout Canada and the U.S.
The proud winner of four SC&RA Hauling Job of the Year Awards in eight years: 2013, 2015, 2018, and 2021.
24 meticulously maintained trucks. 49 specialized trailers. One firm commitment to moving oversize/overweight cargo.
We offer complete turnkey service—from
pre-shipment feasibility studies and initial load planning to customs clearances, permitting, and escorts in accordance with regulations across jurisdictions.
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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