Happy World Day for Safety and Health at Safex Transport

Everyday, we are extremely grateful for the team behind Safex Transport. It is because of all of them that we got to where we are now. 💚

We know how precious our team is, which is why we take good care of them : their health and well-being are important for them to enjoy working with us! 🛣☀️

Happy World Day for Safety and Health at Work everyone! Don’t forget to stay safe! 

A new acquisition of 25 Volvo trucks!

Pierre Major, National corporate accounts director is proud to announce the delivery of another 25 brand new Volvo trucks this month. These will be added to our existing fleet in response to high demand from new and our existing corporate partners. The journey and success continues for Safex Transport , as we now offer LTL and “expedited services” on a daily bases.

2021-2022 will be another highlight year for Safex Transport as we are presently working on a new “Pharmaceutical division” and “Intermodal division”, we anticipate an investment of 1,2 million dollars in assets and equipment in 2021. The new divisions of Safex Transport will create 55 new jobs and contribute to the local economy.

Safex Transport ensures the safe transportation and freight and cargo across the East Coast of Canada and the United States. Each vehicle in our fleet has been carefully selected to best serve our clients and is equipped with modern, state-of-the-art technology.


For more information

Pierre Major
Directeur des ventes et du développement des affaires
(514) 501-0025
[email protected]

A partnership that will truly help the Suroit area!

Vaudreuil-Dorion, December 15th 2020 - Safex Transport is pleased to announce a new partnership with Moisson Sud-Ouest, the community food bank that serves the Suroit area in the Monteregie administrative region, in the southwest part of Quebec. Our clients will also have to opportunity to get involved in our special campaign for the Holiday season “I gave and you?”.


As a leader of the best transportation services across the North American East Coast, we want to take an active part of our community development. We choose Moisson Sud-Ouest because of their exceptional work for the people in needs, especially t during this pandemic crisis.” says Raminder Singh, president.

This partnership with a rewarded enterprise as SAFEX Transport is a wonderful news. Actually, we have a 28% increase in the quantities of food distributed. It goes without saying that the needs are increasing due to the pandemic, we are very happy to count on SAFEX’s team.” says Geneviève St-Jacques Thériault, Director Development and Philanthropy


About Safex Transport

Based in Vaudreuil-Dorion, near Montreal, Safex Transport relies on its incredible team of trusted drivers and administrative professionals to ensure the safe transportation of various merchandises across the North-American East Coast.

Safex Transport starts with the customer and works its way backwards! Since our very beginnings in 2014, we have worked tirelessly to satisfy our customers’ every need and nurture the strong trust that lies between us. Your satisfaction is our top priority.

About Moisson Sud-Ouest

Moisson Sud-Ouest is a food bank that serves the regional county municipalities (MRC) of Beauharnois-Salaberry, Vaudreuil-Soulanges and Haut-Saint-Laurent, in the Montérégie area. The team collects foodstuffs from several suppliers predominantly located on its territory and redistributes them daily to 83 community organizations in order to alleviate hunger of part of the population they serve and who need the help the most.

Every day, Moisson Sud-Ouest supplies the accredited community organizations in the region, which in turn, ensure the redistribution of food to people in need. With their services, Moisson Sud-Ouest organizational partners provide valuable assistance to families, workers and the elderly in food insecurity situations on the territory of the regional county municipalities (MRC) of Beauharnois-Salaberry, Haut-Saint-Laurent and Vaudreuil-Soulanges. Moisson Sud-Ouest favours organizations that are geared towards the empowerment of their participants.

To donate, please click on this link.

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For more information

Pierre Major
Directeur des ventes et du développement des affaires
(514) 501-0025
[email protected]

Quebec 1st place winner in Transport and logistics, 2nd in Canada

RAMINDER AND AMANDEEP SINGH, the brothers behind Safex Transport, know trucking. Their grandfather bought his first truck in 1958 in Mumbai, India. Later, their father Narinderjit entered the family business, building it into a large trucking company, and teaching his sons the ins and outs of transport along the way. Now, the brothers are taking the family legacy and updating it for a fast-paced and technology-inclined market with their own company, Safex Transport.

The brothers started building their business in 2014, when Raminder bought his first truck. Amandeep joined the business a couple of years later, bringing vast experience in the corporate sector. It’s that unique combination of a family business history, Raminder’s operation knowledge and Amandeep’s corporate knowledge that has allowed them to take the company to another level.

“We have a hundred trucks — but that is not the only thing we do,” says Amandeep Singh, co-chief executive officer of the company. “We also have a brokerage division, and we have acquired land in Vaudreuil, Quebec, where we are planning to build a warehouse. We are moving towards diversification, where we are a one-stop shop for all of our customers.”

Safex’s evolution started in 2017 when the company started signing long-term contracts with national and international businesses in a variety of sectors, including food, paper and manufacturing. This dedicated business meant Safex’s fleet ran at full capacity — and that freed up the time, energy and capital to expand into other areas.

The company has seen 6,500 per cent growth over the past five years, and has grown to more than 125 employees, so their efforts are paying off. But even as Safex expands its reach, Singh doesn’t plan to move away from the qualities that made it such a successful transport company.

“Overall, what sets us apart is that we take care of our people,” he says. “It can be drivers, dispatch, operations, anyone — we take care of our employees. And, because of that, we were able to attract talented drivers, office staff or other people on our team.”

Singh believes Safex’s talent is key to providing the best customer service to their clients, which is why they are always looking for motivated people who want to grow with them. Since the company is in growth-mode, there are a lot of opportunities for employees to progress their careers, something that contributes to its high retention rate.

Safex also has a strong focus on innovation. All their trucks are outfitted with dash cams and data monitoring systems, which track driver behaviour and safety.

“That helps us to provide safety, reduce the insurance costs and see where we are spending money so we can work to reduce the cost,” Singh says. “We can provide competitive and quality service because of these cost reductions.”

Next, the brothers are planning on implementing a system that will allow clients to track their load the way shipping companies allow shoppers to track packages. “That reduces a lot of time and stress from the client’s point of view,” Singh says.

“And that,” he emphasizes, “encourages loyalty.”

Smart expansion

Safex Transport announce yesterday the official opening of there new location and Hub in Woodbridge ON.

Amandeep Singh Executive officer says, "we will have a new permanent locations with 20 trucks and 40 trailers to serve new clients in the GTA area".

Safex Transport growth and expansion will accommodate and serve 200+ shipments outbound for the East coast and Mid-west USA.

For more information on capacity and availability please contact our sales team at [email protected]

SmartWay Excellence Award recognizes Safex transport’s top environmental leadership

“Winners of the shipper and logistics awards use the most fuel-efficient SmartWay carriers and have the best performance within either the “large” or “medium/small” mileage categories.

Carrier winners are selected from “large” and “medium/small” categories, and they are chosen based on their performance in 13 fleet categories: truckload, less-than-truckload, refrigerated, package, specialized, expedited, tanker, flatbed, mixed, dray, heavy haul, auto-carrier, moving and multimodal freight operations.

The SmartWay Excellence Awards program gets underway in March each year. Awards are presented in the fall by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).”

Source: (SmartWay Recognition. Retrieved from: https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/energy-efficiency-transportation/greening-freight-programs/smartway-fuel-efficient-freight/smartway-partners/smartway-recognition/21062