AYR, Ont. — Trevor Jefferson had been a driver for Celadon Canada, which took on the Hyndman Transport name in 2015, for 12 years, and was thinking of making a change. The fleet’s bankruptcy made it official.
WROXETER, ON – Hyndman Transport, a subsidiary of Celadon Group, is settling into a new terminal in Ayr, Ontario. Located at 2616 Cedar Creek Road, just off highways 401 and 97 at Exit 268, the facility features a new driver lounge, dorm rooms, and an expanded maintenance facility with wash bay and loading dock. The site will also serve as a base of operations for recruiting and orientation, and includes administration space as well.
WROXETER,ON.-Come Canada Day, you will see no more Celadon Canada trucks. On July 1, the merger of Celadon and Wroxeter, ON.-based Hyndman Transport will be completed. “We have come to realize the strength of the Hyndman name in Canada,” commented President and CEO of the Indianapolis-based Celadon Group Paul Will. “Hyndman has always promoted and supported a family atmosphere for their drivers and staff. This merger reinforces thae core value of the company.”
INDIANAPOLIS – Celadon Trucking Services has inked a deal to acquire Wroexter, ON-based Hyndman Transport as part of the company’s plan to expand its Canadian footprint.