LAVAL, QC, June 28 /CNW Telbec/ - Mercator Transport Group Corporation ("Mercator Transport") (TSX-V : GMT) is pleased to announce the beginning of its operations in Houston, Texas, a city hosting the second most important port in the Americas.
This new establishment in Houston will allow greater implication of Mercator Transport in important international scale industrial projects.
The Houston subsidiary's operations will be directed by Mr. Joseph Carrion, who has been an industrial project management professional for the last 30 years.
"Our presence in Houston is part of out strategy to offer greater value-added services to industrial clients, as Mercator Transport consistently looks to stay ahead of the diversified and specific needs of our industrial clients. Being present in this important port city means that we are significantly increasing our offer of services, especially services to Ghana, the port of Houston being an important hub to this African country where Mercator Transport has been established since 2009," explains Jean-Pierre Apélian, CEO of Mercator Transport.
About Mercator Transport
Mercator Transport specializes in transport brokerage, international logistics and distribution. Based in Montreal (Canada), with offices in the United States, France, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, Mercator Transport offers value-added services in global supply chain management, and designs tailor-made solutions. Customer intimacy and commitment differentiates Mercator Transport in its ability to implement customers' requirements.
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