MONTREAL, Sept. 26, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – TransForce Inc. (TSX: TFI) (OTCQX: TFIFF), a North American leader in the transportation and logistics industry, today announced that, through its subsidiary Dynamex Canada Limited, it has acquired all the shares of Total Delivery Systems (“TDS”).


Headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, TDS operates a network of 18 locations across British Columbia. TDS provides a wide range of courier and distribution services, such as local messenger, time sensitive delivery, overnight service, storage, logistics, LTL and just-in-time package delivery. The acquisition is expected to generate annual revenue of approximately $20 million.


“This acquisition significantly expands Dynamex Canada’s geographic footprint, service offering and density across British Columbia. We are pleased to work with TDS’s senior management to further develop the business opportunities that will arise from this transaction,” said Alain Bédard, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of TransForce.



TransForce Inc. is a North American leader in the transportation and logistics industry operating across Canada and the United States through its subsidiaries. TransForce creates value for shareholders by identifying strategic acquisitions and managing a growing network of wholly-owned, operating subsidiaries. Under the TransForce umbrella, companies benefit from corporate financial and operational resources to build their businesses and increase their efficiency. TransForce companies service the following segments:


Package and Courier;


Truckload, which includes specialized truckload and dedicated services;

Specialized Services, which includes services to the energy sector, waste management, logistics and ancillary transportation services.



TransForce Inc. (TFI) is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: TFI) and the OTCQX marketplace in the U.S. (OTCQX: TFIFF). For more information, visit



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For further information:


Alain Bédard

Chairman, President & CEO

TransForce Inc.

(514) 331-4200



Rick Leckner

MaisonBrison Communications

(514) 731-0000