The winning companies are selected based primarily on truck maintenance and environmental performance criteria. "Our vehicles are subject to stringent maintenance schedules that exceed industry standards, in the aim of reducing our fleet's ecological footprint," explained Jean-Yves Delisle, General Manager of Cascades Transport.
Cascades Transport provides local, regional and international transportation and logistics services to its Cascades plants. In addition to the Kingsey Falls terminal, Cascades Transport, which has a fleet of 130 trucks, also operates terminals in Drummondville, Montréal and Cabano. The transportation division adheres to the same values that Cascades is renowned for: protecting and respecting the environment. That is why it works daily to implement innovative practices to reduce its fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Founded in 1989, the ASMAVERMEQ works to educate the Québec transportation industry about the importance of investing in road safety to ensure that mechanical inspections and preventive maintenance activities are of the highest quality.
Founded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibres. Cascades employs more than 12 000 men and women, who work in over a hundred modern and versatile production units in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, close to half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products that customers have come to rely on. Cascades' shares trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, under the ticker symbol CAS.