Trimac announces CEO transition

    CALGARY, April 2 /CNW/ - Trimac Income Fund announces that Terry Owen, a
Trustee of Trimac Income Fund and President & CEO of Trimac Transportation
Services Inc., will be leaving Trimac, effective December 31, 2007 to pursue
other interests. During the remainder of 2007, in addition to performing his
normal responsibilities, Mr. Owen will be participating in the transition of
responsibilities. It is expected that Jeff McCaig will assume the duties of
Chief Executive Officer effective December 31, 2007 in addition to his current
role as Chairman of Trimac Transportation Services Inc.
    Mr. Owen has been associated with Trimac and predecessor companies in
senior executive capacities since June 1994 and has made an outstanding
contribution to the success of Trimac over this period. He has played a key
role in the creation of shareholder value through the planning and
implementation of major corporate transactions.

    Trimac is Canada's largest provider of bulk trucking services with
operations from coast to coast. In addition, through its wholly owned
subsidiary, Bulk Plus Logistics Limited Partnership, Trimac provides third
party transportation logistics services in Canada and the United States. Trust
units of Trimac Income Fund are traded on The Toronto Stock Exchange under the
symbol TMA.UN.

For further information:

For further information: Jeffrey J. McCaig, Chairman, Trimac
Transportation Services Inc., Telephone: (403) 298-5125, Facsimile: (403)
298-5146; Terry J. Owen, President & Chief Executive Officer, Trimac
Transportation Services Inc., Telephone: (403) 298-5101, Facsimile: (403)

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