Doug Munro, president and owner of M-O, cuts the ribbon.
MONCTON, N.B. -- “The times of the old, run-down trucking terminals are coming to an end.”
That was the declaration made by Doug Munro, president and owner of Maritime-Ontario Freight Lines, just moments before cutting the ribbon to officially open the company’s state-of-the-art new $20-million terminal and cross-dock facility in Berry Mills, N.B., on the outer edge of Moncton.
“We have to get the industry in line with better equipment, higher quality, and doing it efficiently,” Munro said to an audience including customers, business partners and local politicians.
That palatial new Atlantic Canada hub sits on 46 acres of land, about 18 of which have been developed to house the facility’s 20,000 sq.-ft. of office →