Providing a World Class Service and a Continuous Quality Improvement Program

Continuous Quality Improvement is a vital component of our corporate culture. We ensure this through the establishment, measurement, and on-going review of our quality objectives.

We have a long history of quality initiatives designed to improve customer satisfaction. Several of these initiatives focus on providing on-time delivery and damage free service to our clients consistently. Training takes place initially through the company orientation program, and then through ongoing training based on procedures manuals developed for all key operations activities.

Every aspect of our operations, including on-time performance, linehaul departures, arrival times and damage frequency are measured and tracked to confirm compliance with our rigorous standards. Each terminal in our system takes pride in contributing to our goal of continuously improving both our operating performance and the level of service we provide our customers.

Since becoming ISO certified in 1997, Manitoulin Transport has consistently demonstrated its ability to provide quality services that meets customer and regulatory standards. Our progressive philosophy aims to enhance customer satisfaction and improves our operational and customer service guidelines to reflect the requirements of our evolving environment.

Manitoulin Transport Earns Highest Safety Rating in Northbridge Insurance Annual National Audit — Achieves Elite Status —

Northbridge Insurance Elite Seal AwardEach year carriers all across Canada is audited by Northbridge, one of Canada’s largest insurance firms. In 2020, Manitoulin received an overall score of 4.7 out of 5. Only five percent of the Canadian carriers evaluated by Northbridge in 2020 achieved Elite Status.

Carriers are measured on:

  • Driver management
  • Equipment management
  • Safety management
  • Cargo management
  • Compliance performance

The Elite Status reflects Manitoulin’s commitment to safety: staff, customers’ shipments and other road users.