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Freight Brokerage

Atpac Transportation: Cross Border Freight Broker - North America Wide

Are you tired of dealing with the complexities and challenges of freight shipping? Look no further than our highly qualified freight broker services at ATPAC Transportation, available for Canada, the United States and Mexico. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to ensuring your shipments arrive on time and within budget. From negotiating rates to tracking shipments, we handle it all so you can focus on running your business. Let us streamline your supply chain today!

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What is a freight broker?

A freight broker is an entity that connects manufacturers/distributors with carriers to move cargo. A broker does not actually transport the goods, but uses industry resources and contacts to find a carrier that suits the needs of both shipper and consignee. In this way, the broker acts as an intermediary between the two parties. 

The main benefit of using a freight broker is that it can save time and money by using the broker’s expertise to find the best carrier for your shipment. This can remove a great deal of stress from the transport logistics equation, particularly when dealing with cross border shipping.

If you are looking for a reliable and experienced freight broker, ATPAC Transportation is a great choice. With over 30 years of experience, we are experts in connecting with carriers to ensure your cargo is in good hands. Contact us today for a free quote!

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Why Choose ATPAC Transportation for Cross Border Freight?

ATPAC Transportation is a leading freight brokerage based in Quebec, with a network of  carriers across North America. We have the experience and expertise to get your cross border shipments where they need to go, following them from start to finish. 

We understand that no two shipments are the same, which is why we offer customized solutions for each of our clients. We’ll work with you to determine the best route and carrier for your shipment, taking into account factors such as time sensitivity, cost, and special requirements. As a transportation industry agent, ATPAC has a solid reputation of successfully working to co-ordinate and accommodate both shipper and consignee constraints.

ATPAC Transportation is committed to providing the highest level of service possible. When you choose ATPAC Transportation for your freight needs, you can be confident that you’re working with qualified personnel who will get the job done right.

What Makes ATPAC Stand Out?

Expertise in Cross Border Logistics: With years of experience in cross-border shipping, we have developed a deep understanding of the complexities involved in navigating international transport commodities. Our team will ensure that your freight is handled with regulatory compliance and diligent follow-up, minimizing delays and maximizing efficiency.

Extensive Network: Our extensive network of trusted carriers and customs brokers enables us to provide you with comprehensive coverage across North America. From major cities to remote regions, we have the resources to handle your cross-border shipments to destinations in Canada, the USA, and Mexico.


Flexible Transportation Solutions: Every business has unique requirements when it comes to cross-border freight. At ATPAC Transportation, we offer a range of flexible transportation solutions to cater to your specific needs. Whether you require full truckload (FTL), less than truckload (LTL), or intermodal transportation, we have the capabilities to optimize your supply chain.

Commitment to Customer Satisfaction: At ATPAC Transportation, our priority is your satisfaction. We strive to exceed your expectations by providing personalized customer service, transparent communication, and timely delivery of your freight. Your success is our success.

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What Type of Freight Do You Transport?

ATPAC can transport the following types of freight within North America, including:
LTL (less than truckload)
LTL shipping is a service where multiple shipments from different customers are combined into a single truckload, making it a cost-effective option for shipping smaller quantities of goods.
FTL (full truckload)
FTL shipping involves reserving an entire truck for a single shipment, typically for larger quantities of goods that can fill the entire truck. Truckload service is needed when transit time is critical, dedicated service, and set appointments are required.
Over-dimensional transportation
Over-dimensional transportation, a specialized subset of trucking logistics, deals with the transportation of cargo that exceeds standard size and weight limits. This category typically includes oversized or heavy items such as machinery, construction equipment, wind turbine components, and more.

Protective Service Transportation
Protective service transportation refers to a specialized segment of the transportation industry that focuses on safeguarding high-value and sensitive cargo during transit. 

HAZ-MAT Commodities
Haz-Mat (Hazardous Materials) commodities represent a category of cargo that poses potential risks to health, safety, and the environment due to their hazardous nature. These materials can include chemicals, flammable substances, radioactive materials, and other dangerous goods

Temperature-Sensitive Shipments
Temperature-sensitive shipments represent a critical aspect of trucking logistics, catering to industries where maintaining precise temperature conditions is paramount. This category of cargo includes pharmaceuticals, perishable foods, medical supplies, and chemicals, among others. Ensuring that these goods are transported within a specified temperature range is essential to preserve their quality, efficacy, and safety.

Container Transport (transfer and returns)
Container transport is a cornerstone of modern logistics, revolutionizing the way goods are shipped and handled worldwide. It involves the use of standardized cargo containers, typically 20 or 40 feet in length, to transport a wide range of products across various modes of transportation, including ships, trains, and trucks. These containers are designed for efficiency, security, and versatility, allowing for easy loading and unloading, as well as seamless transfer between different modes of transport.

Flatbed shipping is a specialized and versatile mode of transportation within the logistics industry. It involves the use of flatbed trailers, which have an open and flat cargo area without sides or a roof. This design makes flatbeds ideal for transporting oversized, irregularly shaped, or heavy cargo that cannot fit inside standard enclosed trailers. Industries such as construction, manufacturing, and agriculture often rely on flatbed shipping to transport items like machinery, building materials, large equipment, and even vehicles.

Curtain Side
Curtain side shipping, also known as curtain-side transportation or curtain-side trailers, is a method of cargo transportation that utilizes specially designed trailers with flexible curtains or tarp-like sides instead of solid walls. These trailers are equipped with sliding curtains made of durable materials, typically vinyl or reinforced fabric, which can be easily opened and closed, similar to curtains on a window. This design allows for convenient and quick access to the cargo from both sides of the trailer. Curtain-side trailers are commonly used for transporting goods that may require side loading or unloading, such as palletized freight, machinery, and other oversized or awkwardly shaped items.

Heavy Haul
Heavy haul in logistics refers to the transportation of oversized and extremely heavy cargo that exceeds standard legal weight and size limits. This specialized segment of logistics involves the movement of items such as industrial machinery, construction equipment, large transformers, wind turbine components, and more. Heavy haul shipments often require specialized equipment, including multi-axle trailers and lowboy trailers with the capacity to distribute weight and support massive loads.

"Oversize" or "Oversized" refers to cargo or freight that exceeds the standard legal limits for size, weight, or dimensions set by regulatory authorities. Oversize cargo is typically larger, heavier, or bulkier than what can be transported using standard transportation methods or vehicles. This category of freight can include items such as large machinery, construction equipment, industrial components, and even modular buildings.

Let’s Get Started. Contact Us!

Is your load ready to ship?

Loads may be tendered to ATPAC by e-mail, FAX, or phone We also support and accommodate a variety of TMS portals and can adopt the use of your particular system easily.

Our personnel will respond to your rate inquiries on a timely basis. Please contact operations directly for those emergency loads that arise and, at any other time, please feel free to call at 1-800-461-1469 or make use of our Request a Quote page, which will send your request directly to our operations team.

ATPAC is not a customs broker, but is available to assist with custom clearance situations that may arise. If a Bill of Lading Form (BOL) is required, you can find one here.  For all other shipping forms, documents and links, please see the resources page.

We make every effort possible to maintain total information control on all loads tendered. Regardless of the size and/or destination, customers can be kept up to date on the status of their shipment through our operations team. With quality connections, ATPAC can bring your product wherever it needs to

ATPAC Transportation - Your complete commercial trucking and logistics solutions since 1992!

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We offer logistic services for all types of freight moving within Canada and cross-border to and from the United States and Mexico using the services of hundreds of reputable trucking companies as well as offering intermodal service throughout North America.

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825 Boulevard Monseigneur Langlois,
Suite 250
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC
J6S 1B8

Office Hours : 8:00am to 5:00pm - With AfterHours Emergency Service

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