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2010 Marketing Report for Trimac (TSX: TMA)

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  • 1. VALUETrimac Transportation Ltd. DELIVERINGSuite 1700, 800-5th Avenue S.W.P.O. Box 3500Calgary, AlbertaCanada T2P 2P9www.trimac.com THROUGH DIVERSITY
  • 2. TRIMAC is the premier provider of bulk trucking services in Canada. It also provides complementary logistics services, including transload facility operations, distribution management, and freight brokerage. Founded in 1945 by J.W. McCaig, the first of three generations to preside over the organization, Trimac has stood the test of time, successfully navigating through the rise and fall of economic cycles. Over 65 years as a trusted, financially stable, bulk-trucking carrier that can focus on your core business and your key value drivers With 73 locations stretching across Canada you can be assured of effective support from coast to coast Our proven track record and award winning Safety Performance and WHY TRIMAC? Regulatory Compliance takes the risk out of your transportation needs Product stewardship programs and training to ensure your product is handled error-free and is safely delivered on time We have innovative trailer equipment that is designed to provide cost saving solutions such as wet/dry combo units We have a team of dedicated employees who are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations VALUE DELIVERING THROUGH DIVERSITY1 Customer Centric Focus2 Safety VALUE4 Products18 National Tank Services20 Bulk Plus Logistics22 Corporate Information24 Contact Information
  • 3. Vision Statement Customer Centric FocusTrimac Transportation will be a customer centric organization committed toretaining and growing our existing customer base and continually acquiringand retaining new customers.This will be accomplished by exceeding our customers’ expectations as definedby our customer service levels, customer care and our customer relationships.We will clearly differentiate ourselves by researching, listening, understandingand responding to the true needs of our customers and prospects; and wheremutually beneficial, providing meaningful products, services and solutionsrelative to those needs. Financial People 1
  • 4. SAFETY“Service with Safety”. This motto is a reflection of the cultureof the company that has been an integral part of Trimac’s businessfor over 65 years. Safety is our core value that is evident in everythingwe do. From our mission statement “To create value for ourshareholders by delivering value to our customers safely”to our health and safety and product stewardship initiatives,safety is our number one priority and is never compromised. DELIVERING SAFETY Safety is our core value2
  • 5. • achieved the National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) (high mileage) safety award 12 of the past 14 years • achieved the coveted NTTC Outstanding Performance trophy twice in the past seven years • scored 94% on the Certificate of Recognition (COR) audit through the Alberta Motor Transport Association and scored 97% on the National Safety CodeThrough the Trimac Learning Centre (TLC), Trimac has developed specific component. COR is awarded to employers who develop health and safety programs that meet established standards in Albertatraining programs for the various products and services we provide as well • to recognize the “best of the best” in safety performance Trimac issuesas for National Tank Services shop and tank truck cleaning division and the the President’s award to the branch with the highest total miles withoutBulk Plus Logistics division. These programs, which include product stewardship a preventable vehicle incident during the year, the 2010 winner hadand manuals for drivers, technicians and logistics specialists, are reinforced over 3 million incident free mileswith mandatory classroom time and in-cab or on-the-job training. Our rigorousrecruitment and retention programs and our preferred place to work initiativesallow us to ensure that the appropriate people with the applicable skills are in theproper positions. By continuously improving our safety procedures as well asraising the bar with industry-leading safety targets, Trimac’s safety performanceis second to none! SAFETY HIGHLIGHTS 3
  • 6. CHEMICALSSince 1967, Trimac has provided transportationsolutions to a diverse set of customers in thechemical industry. This represents over43 years of experience in the transportationof chemicals. DELIVERING CHEMICAL PRODUCTS Stainless Steel Trailer (Variety of liquid chemical products) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)4
  • 7. ACIDS POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOLS POLYSTYRENE LATEX PVC RESINS LIQUID FERTILIZERS SOLVENTS LIQUID RESINS SURFACTANTS LUBRICANTS UREA LIQUOR METHYLENE DIPHENYL DIISOCYANATE WATER TREATMENT COMPOUNDS PETROLEUM SOLVENTS WAXHauling chemicals requires specialized equipment, internal tank washing, POLYETHYLENE RESINSproduct handling certification and a strong emphasis on safety. With eight of Length of relationship of top 5 chemical customersour own washrack facilities in strategic locations across Canada, as well asa network of 15 washrack facilities operated by Trimac’s U.S. affiliate, we havea North American footprint capable of handling all types of chemicals and are Greater than 15 years (58%)able to provide cost-effective cleaning solutions to our customers. We have 6–10 years (42%)experienced personnel with specialized chemical product line knowledge andappropriate certification to ensure that our customers’ transportation needs aredelivered safely and on time. CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 5
  • 8. DRY BULKSince 1954, Trimac has provided transportationsolutions to a diverse set of customers in the drybulk industry. This represents over 56 yearsof experience in the movement of dry bulk products. DELIVERING DRY BULK PRODUCTS Dry Bulk Pneumatic Trailer (Dry industrial minerals) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)6
  • 9. CEMENT FERTILIZER FLYASH GYPSUM LIME ROOFING GRANULES SALT SANDDry bulk products include a variety of raw and manufactured materials. Consistencyof these products ranges from very fine material that flows similar to liquid, such as Length of relationship of top 5 dry bulk customerscement or flyash, to coarse material, such as sand. Product diversity of this magnitudemakes it critical to have a transportation provider with an extensive knowledge of thesevarious products. Trimac’s vast experience transporting dry bulk products has allowed 0–5 years (22%)it to develop efficient and cost-effective solutions. Trimac’s terminal infrastructure Greater than 15 years (78%)consists of 44 facilities that are located across Canada. This allows us to deliver ourcustomer’s products almost anywhere in Canada. In addition, Trimac is able to providetruck to rail solutions through the use of its strategically located transload facilitiesacross Canada. Complementary services including bulk warehousing, mobile storage,bagging and blending operations provide our customers with a one-stop solutionfor their needs. DRY BULK PRODUCTS 7
  • 10. EDIBLE & AGRICULTURESince 1967, Trimac has provided transportation solutionsto a diverse set of customers in the edible and agricultureindustry. This represents over 43 years of experiencein the movement of edible and agricultural products. DELIVERING EDIBLE & AGRICULTURE PRODUCTS Aluminum Hopper Bottom Trailer (Variety of dry edible products) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)8
  • 11. ALCOHOL EDIBLE OILS FLOUR GRAIN GRANULATED SUGAR LIQUID SWEETENERS YEASTDealing with a commodity intended for human consumption requires extreme careand attention to detail. As would be expected, transporting edible products is Length of relationship of top 5characterized by well-defined processes and rigorous procedures. Trimac has an edible & agriculture customersexceptional track record of transporting edible products safely. To ensure that Trimacdelivers on its track record of safe and efficient transportation of its products, dedicateddrivers, specialized equipment and wash facilities are utilized. In addition, specialized 0–5 years (9%)driver trainers and management have been tasked with ensuring that Trimac is the 11–14 years (45%)leader in safe food handling practices within the transportation industry. Trimac has Greater than 15 years (46%)several strategic facilities with dedicated wash bays required to service edible products.By combining our existing expertise in these products with innovative training programs,Trimac has positioned itself as a leader not only in ensuring product integrity but indelivering innovative transportation solutions to our customers. EDIBLE & AGRICULTURE PRODUCTS 9
  • 12. INDUSTRIAL GASSince 1965, Trimac has provided transportationsolutions to a diverse set of customers in theindustrial gas industry. This representsover 45 years of experience in the movementof industrial gases. DELIVERING INDUSTRIAL GAS PRODUCTS Compressed Gas Trailer (Liquefied petroleum gases and other pressurized gases) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)10
  • 13. ANHYDROUS AMMONIA ARGON BUTANE CARBON DIOXIDE LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS NITROGEN NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS OXYGEN PENTANEIndustrial gas products include a variety of pressurized gases. Transporting these PROPANEproducts is highly specialized since it involves keeping a gas under pressure to maintain Length of relationship of top 5 industrial gas customersa liquefied state for transportation. Hauling gases under pressure requires specializedtrailers and a thorough understanding of the product and specific safety standards fortransporting such products. Trimac employs industry leading safety standards in the 0–5 years (24%)delivery of this product and our drivers are experts in the handling of these gaseous Greater than 15 years (76%)products. Our expertise allows us to load and unload these products in a safe andefficient manner. Complementing the expertise of our people is a diverse fleet oftrailers that includes cryogenic trailers, propane trailers and customer-owned trailers.By maintaining a diverse trailing fleet and expert product knowledge we are able tomeet and exceed our customers’ needs in the transportation of industrial gas products. INDUSTRIAL GAS PRODUCTS 11
  • 14. PETROLEUMSince 1945, Trimac has provided transportationsolutions to a diverse set of customers in thepetroleum industry. This represents over65 years of experience in the movementof petroleum. DELIVERING PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Aluminum Trailers (Refined petroleum products) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)12
  • 15. AVIATION FUELS BIO-DIESEL BUNKER FUEL CONDENSATE DIESEL FUEL ETHANOL GASOLINE HEATING FUELS KEROSENEWithin the petroleum operations, Trimac hauls a variety of bulk products from refineriesto service stations, bulk agencies, manufacturing plants and other end users. The distance Length of relationship of top 5 petroleum customersthat we transport these products varies greatly; from short hauls within cities to long haulsthrough the mountains or along the Great Lakes. While transporting petroleum products,safety is our number-one concern, something that can easily be identified by our 6–10 years (28%)exceptional track record. In fact, Trimac has won several awards from the Canadian Greater than 15 years (72%)Petroleum Products Institute over the years. In addition to our commitment to safety,Trimac employs industry-leading information technology, including in-cab technology,inventory monitoring, and geofencing. We are also able to handle rail to truck needsthrough our transload facilities. Trimac’s extensive fleet across Canada provides ourcustomers with unmatched service capabilities. Our in-cab technology allows us to PETROLEUM PRODUCTSefficiently manage the dispatch of petroleum products and monitor fleet activity resultingin added value for our customers. 13
  • 16. RESOURCE COMMODITIESSince 1964, Trimac has provided transportation solutionsto a diverse set of customers in the resource commoditiesindustry. This represents over 46 years of experience inthe movement of resource commodities. DELIVERING RESOURCE COMMODITIES PRODUCTS Belly Dump Trailer (Coal & ore concentrates) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)14
  • 17. COAL FERROUS GRANULES INGOTS MINING CONCENTRATES MINING ORES PETROLEUM COKEResource commodities include a variety of bulk products that are produced by themining sector for export or consumption by industrial users. The distance that these Length of relationship of top 5 resourceproducts are transported varies greatly as does the equipment configuration needed commodities customersto transport each product. Given the diverse nature of the products transported, theequipment required, and the variability in the distance that products are transported,it is critical to have a skilled team that can design the most cost-effective transportation 0–5 years (19%)solution for our customers. With over 46 years of experience in the transportation of Greater than 15 years (81%)resource commodities, a diverse complement of trailing equipment, an infrastructureof transload sites, warehousing, and an impressive safety record, Trimac offers uniquetransportation solutions that can be customized to our customers’ needs. RESOURCE COMMODITIES PRODUCTS 15
  • 18. WOODCHIPSSince 1979, Trimac has provided transportationsolutions in the woodchips industry. Thisrepresents over 31 years of experience inthe movement of woodchips. DELIVERING WOODCHIP PRODUCTS Woodchip Vans (Woodchip sawdust and residual forest products) Bulk Plus Logisitics (4%) National Tank Services (4%) Woodchip (5%) Chemical (18%) Petroleum (23%) Dry Bulk (21%) Edible & Agriculture (10%) Industrial Gas (12%) Resource Commodities (3%)16
  • 19. HOG FUEL HOUSEHOLD REFUSE PEAT MOSS WOODCHIPS WOOD PELLETSWoodchips and wood residual products are an extremely light weight product andrequire trailers with large internal volume capacity to ensure that transportation Length of relationship of top 5 woodchips customersby truck is cost-effective. Although these products require a less diverse trailingfleet than some of the other products that Trimac hauls, these trailers are specific 0–5 years (4%)to the woodchip industry but can be used to transport other products to improve 11–14 years (2%)the utilization of the equipment and the driving workforce. Trimac has been in the Greater than 15 years (94%)woodchip hauling business for over 31 years and has gained a significant amountof experience and knowledge during this time. In addition to our extensive knowledgein these products, we have highly trained drivers that manage the intricate detailsof loading and unloading these products safely and efficiently. WOODCHIP PRODUCTS 17
  • 20. NATIONAL TANK SERVICES (NTS)National Tank Services operates a networkof maintenance and wash facilities. NTSprovides a wide range of services whichinclude maintenance of tractors, trailersand cargo tanks as well as internal andexternal washing of trailing equipment. DELIVERING NATIONAL TANK SERVICES Washrack facilities provide tank cleaning and external cleaning for both the Trimac fleet and commercial customers.18
  • 21. SHOP Truck repair & services Trailer repair & maintenance ASME Certified for DOT Coded tank repairs Trailer inspections (Registered USA & Canada) Road Service WASHRACK Interior wash of cargo tanks Cleaning of IMO containers, totes & other bulk containersNTS operates 17 maintenance facilities that perform preventive maintenance Bulk product heatingon Trimac’s fleet and offer a wide range of services to commercial customers. In External cleaning of tractor, cargo tanks & other commercial vehicles Length of relationship of top 5 NTS customers Kosher Certifiedaddition, NTS’s footprint includes 31 maintenance facilities through its U.S. affiliate.NTS also operates eight washrack facilities across Canada and 15 facilities through itsU.S. affiliate that perform a wide range of cleaning services for the tank truck industry. 11–14 years (80%) Greater than 15 years (20%)NTS’s facilities are strategically located in all major cities across Canada and theU.S. This extensive network ensures our customers, both internal and external,have quality facilities to meet their needs wherever they are located.For more information on locations, services and scheduling please visit ourwebsite at www.nationaltankservices.com. NATIONAL TANK SERVICES 19
  • 22. BULK PLUS LOGISTICS (BPL)Since 1993, BPL has allowed customers to outsourcethe logistics function and focus on their core competencies.By working closely with its customers, BPL can provideone-stop logistics solutions, transload, warehousing andfreight management services according to thecustomers’ requirements. DELIVERING COMPREHENSIVE LOGISTIC SERVICES The services provided by BPL include transloading operations, distribution management services and freight brokerage services.20
  • 23. THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS RAIL TO TRUCK TRANSLOADING WAREHOUSINGTHIRD PARTY LOGISTICS BLENDING AND BAGGINGWith a focus on bulk commodities, BPL offers third party logistics and transportation FREIGHT BROKERAGEmanagement services that allow for the planning, implementing and controlling of anefficient and cost-effective carrier management process. BPL can also managecustomers’ distribution and supply chain requirements.FREIGHT BROKERAGE Length of relationship of top 5 BPL customersBPL manages transportation requirements efficiently and economically to all NorthAmerican destinations. One point of contact allows customers access to a vast carrierbase that’s managed to suit customers’ requirements. The BPL Logistics Specialist 0–5 years (20%)can find resources to meet dry van, flat deck or bulk transportation requirements. 6–10 years (40%)BPL maintains offices in Canada in Calgary, Burlington and Montreal and in Laredo, 11–14 years (20%)Texas in the United States. Greater than 15 years (20%)TRANSLOADINGTransloading involves product transfers from railcars to truck or vice versa.This includes managing the inventory and may also include temporary storagein a variety of capacities, enabling our customers to establish forward inventory BULK PLUS LOGISITICSposition, reduce costs, and improve service to the end user. BPL operates eighttransload facilities across Canada. In addition, BPL has warehousing and blendingand bagging operations for liquid and dry products.For more information visit our website at www.bulkplus.com. 21
  • 24. CORPORATE INFORMATION(for Trimac Transportation Ltd. (Trimac))Officers Colin S. GriersonJeffrey J. McCaig Colin S. Grierson’s principal occupation has been GeneralDirector, Trimac Transportation Ltd. Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Trimac ManagementChairman and Chief Executive Officer Services Limited Partnership (TMSLP) since July 1, 2010 and General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of TrimacJeffrey J. McCaig is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Transportation Ltd. since January 1, 2011. From January 8,of Trimac, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Trimac 2007 to June 30, 2010 Mr. Grierson was Senior CorporateU.S. and a director, President and Chief Executive Officer Counsel of TMSLP. Prior to that time, Mr. Grierson wasof Trimac Holdings. Mr. McCaig has been a director of an associate with Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP sinceOrbus Pharma Inc. since December 1989 and its Chairman February 2002.since September 2009, a director of Potash Corporation ofSaskatchewan since January 2001, a director of Standard Life Mary Ann KozlowiczAssurance Company of Canada since December 2004, and Assistant Corporate Secretarya director of Bantrel Company since 2000, becoming itsChairman in December 2007. Mr. McCaig is also a director Mary Ann Kozlowicz’s principal occupation since Decemberand co-owner of the Calgary Flames Hockey Club. 2006 has been Assistant Corporate Secretary of TMSLP. Ms. Kozlowicz has acted as Assistant Corporate SecretaryEdward V. Malysa of Trimac since January 1, 2011. Prior to joining TMSLP,President and Chief Operating Officer Ms. Kozlowicz was a paralegal at Magna International Inc.,Edward V. Malysa’s principal occupation has been President a position she held since 1998.and Chief Operating Officer of Trimac since January 1, 2011.Prior to that, Mr. Malysa was Executive Vice President and AuditorsChief Operating Officer of TTSI. In addition, for part of 2008, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLPMr. Malysa also held the position of Chief Financial Officer 3100, 111-5th Avenue S.W.of TTSI. From February 2005 until December 2007, his principal Calgary, Albertaoccupation was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Canada T2P 5L3TTSI. From 2003 until February 2005, Mr. Malysa was VicePresident and Chief Financial Officer of Trimac Holdings. BankerFrom 2001 to 2003, he was Vice President Finance of Trimac Bank of Nova ScotiaHoldings and prior to that he was Director of Acquisitions. 605-5th Avenue S.W. Calgary, AlbertaScott D. Calver Canada T2P 3H5Vice President and Chief Financial OfficerScott D. Calver’s principal occupation has been Vice Presidentand Chief Financial Officer of Trimac since January 1, 2011.From December 1, 2008 until January 1, 2011 Mr. Calver’sprincipal occupation was Vice President and Chief FinancialOfficer of TTSI. From December 2004 until November 2008,Mr. Calver was employed by ICS Courier where his mostrecent position was Vice President, Finance. Prior to ICSCourier, Mr. Calver was Controller with the Nutech Groupof Companies. 22
  • 25. CORPORATE INFORMATIONDirectorsJeffrey J. McCaig M. Jerry PatavaDirector, Trimac Transportation Ltd.; Lead Director, Trimac Transportation Ltd.Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; Governance and Compensation CommitteeGovernance and Compensation Committee M. Jerry Patava is the Chief Executive Officer of the GreatJeffrey J. McCaig is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gulf Group of Companies, a position he has held since Julyof Trimac, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of 2007. He has served as a director, chair of the GovernanceTrimac U.S. and a director, President and Chief Executive Committee and a member of the Audit Committee of each ofOfficer of Trimac Holdings. Mr. McCaig has been a director Enercare Inc. and Enercare Solutions Inc. since January 1,of Orbus Pharma Inc. since December 1989 and its Chairman 2011, as a trustee, chair of the Governance Committeesince September 2009, a director of Potash Corporation of and a member of the Audit Committee of The Consumers’Saskatchewan since January 2001, a director of Standard Life Waterheater Income Fund from December 2002 untilAssurance Company of Canada since December 2004, and January 1, 2011, as a trustee of Osprey Media Income Funda director of Bantrel Company since 2000, becoming its from December 2004 until August 2007 and as a director ofChairman in December 2007. Mr. McCaig is also a director TransAlta Power, L.P. from May 2005 until December 2007.and co-owner of the Calgary Flames Hockey Club. Mr. Patava was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Inc. fromRhys T. Eyton January 1998 to January 2005.Director, Trimac Transportation Ltd.;Chairman Audit Committee Maurice W. McCaigRhys T. Eyton is a corporate director and has served as a Director, Trimac Transportation Ltd.director of the Vancouver International Airport Authority Maurice W. McCaig is President of Mo-Mac Investments Ltd.,since 2000 and as a trustee of the Canadian Hotel Income a holding company. From April 28, 2009 until December 31,Properties Real Estate Investment Trust from 1997 until 2010, Mr. McCaig was the President of TTSI. Mr. McCaig hasSeptember 2007. been a director of Trimac Holdings or its predecessor’s for over five years.Andrew B. ZaleskiDirector, Trimac Transportation Ltd.; Gerald A. RomanzinChairman of the Governance and Compensation Committee; Director, Trimac Transportation Ltd.Audit Committee Gerald A. Romanzin is a corporate director and has served asAndrew B. Zaleski is a corporate director and served as a director of Crescent Point Energy Corp. since July 2009, anda director and Chairman of the audit committee of Trimac as a director of the administrator of each of Crescent PointHoldings from 2002 to February 2005; as a director of OrbusPharma Inc., from 2004 to September 2009 and as Chairman Energy Trust from March 2004 to July 2009, Petrowest Energyof the Orbus Pharma board of directors from February 2005 Services Trust from July 2006, Ketch Resources Trust fromto September 2009; as a director of Technicoil Corporation January 2005 until June 2006, Focus Energy Trust from Augustfrom 2005 to the present; as Chairman, President and Chief 2002 until February 2008 and as a director of Porto EnergyRestructuring Officer and director of Cage Logistics Inc. from Corp. since June 2010. Mr. Romanzin also served as a directorMarch 2002 to March 2003 and prior thereto as President of Cadence Energy Inc. (formerly: Kereco Energy Ltd.) fromof Trimac Transportation Services Inc. from 1983 to 2001. January 2005 until September 2008. Mr. Romanzin is currentlyMr. Zaleski has also served as a director of Intera Information the Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of theTechnology Corporation from 1992 to 1996. Reserves Committee of Crescent Point Energy Corp., the Chairman of the Audit Committee of Petrowest Energy Services Trust, and was a member of the Independent Review Committee of Titan Funds Incorporated from October 2007 until November 1, 2010. He previously served as Executive Vice-President of the TSX Venture Exchange and predecessor exchanges from 1995 to April 2002. 23
  • 26. CORPORATE HEAD OFFICE1700, 800-5th Avenue S.W.P.O. Box 3500Calgary, AlbertaCanada T2P 2P9Telephone: 403-298-5100Fax: 403-298-5146Email: info@trimac.comwww.trimac.comCONTACT INFORMATIONPetroleumAlan Potts – National Account Director – Petroleum ProductsBusiness: 905-315-1134Email: apotts@trimac.comChemicalsPhilip Cyopeck – National Account Director – Chemicals & PlasticsBusiness: 905-315-1104Email: pcyopeck@trimac.comDry BulkDale Eaid – National Account Director – Dry Bulk & Cementitious ProductsBusiness: 403-298-5089Email: deaid@trimac.comIndustrial GasKevin Quick – Business Development Manager – Oilfield Services, Compressed & Industrial GasBusiness: 780-467-4904 ext. 232Email: kquick@trimac.comEdible & AgricultureGreg Hood – National Account Director – Edible & Agricultural ProductsBusiness: 905-315-1106Email: ghood@trimac.comResource Commodities & WoodchipsPeter Osmond – National Account Director – Resource Commodities & WoodchipsBusiness: 604-513-2725Email: posmond@trimac.comBulk Plus LogisticsTerry Molkoski – VP & General Manager – Bulk Plus LogisticsBusiness: 905-315-1105Email: tmolkoski@bulkplus.comNational Tank ServicesMarcel Pouliot – Vice PresidentBusiness: 905-315-1121Email: mpouliot@trimac.comQuebec & Atlantic Canada All Product EnquiriesStephane MichaudBusiness: 514-636-0545Email: smichaud@trimac.com 24
  • 27. TRIMAC is the premier provider of bulk trucking services in Canada. It also provides complementary logistics services, including transload facility operations, distribution management, and freight brokerage. Founded in 1945 by J.W. McCaig, the first of three generations to preside over the organization, Trimac has stood the test of time, successfully navigating through the rise and fall of economic cycles. Over 65 years as a trusted, financially stable, bulk-trucking carrier that can focus on your core business and your key value drivers With 73 locations stretching across Canada you can be assured of effective support from coast to coast Our proven track record and award winning Safety Performance and WHY TRIMAC? Regulatory Compliance takes the risk out of your transportation needs Product stewardship programs and training to ensure your product is handled error-free and is safely delivered on time We have innovative trailer equipment that is designed to provide cost saving solutions such as wet/dry combo units We have a team of dedicated employees who are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations VALUE DELIVERING THROUGH DIVERSITY1 Customer Centric Focus2 Safety VALUE4 Products18 National Tank Services20 Bulk Plus Logistics22 Corporate Information24 Contact Information
  • 28. VALUETrimac Transportation Ltd. DELIVERINGSuite 1700, 800-5th Avenue S.W.P.O. Box 3500Calgary, AlbertaCanada T2P 2P9www.trimac.com THROUGH DIVERSITY