Intermediary between shippers
with added value
across the world
Having worked as a sales director for a freight forwarder in eastern Canada, Carl Beaudoin realized in 2003 that he wasn’t able to offer a complete logistics solution to his clients, as he was limited by the type of services offered and the partial nature of his representation being linked to a single carrier.
It was at that time that he founded TransGlobe Logistiques to act as an intermediary between shippers and providers of supply chain solutions. This formula gave him the flexibility of being able to offer a complete solution in the best interests of the clients and to remain impartial in the analysis of situations that may affect the quality of the service provided by a recommended supplier.
Although TransGlobe Logistiques is mainly paid by the partners they represent, the priority remains the satisfaction of the shipper, and this responsibility falls to TransGlobe Logistiques. Several other services can also be provided on a direct basis with the shipper to help them simplify the logistics process or evaluate performance criteria.
This concept stands out by offering value added that neither a service provider nor a logistics broker can offer.
Several of these value-added services are included in the offer, and others can be offered individually.