Robert Goyette signed during the Québec mission to Mexico City, while in the presence of the Premier of Quebec, Lucien Bouchard, in May 1999, a partnership agreement with Mexican carriers. Mexuscan Cargo was born.

Today, Mexuscan Cargo provides a door to door service between Canada and major US and Mexican cities, thanks to the terminal located in Laredo, Texas, on the Mexican border. Mexuscan Cargo offers, in addition to truck load (TL) service loads (TL), a Less than truck load (LTL) service.

Mexuscan Cargo serves daily, LTL and full truckloads across major Canadian cities, mainly in Ontario and Quebec including the north shore, primarily Sept-Îles, Labrador City and Fermont.

Finally, Mexuscan Cargo offers a full truckload service from Quebec to the western provinces of Canada, particularly the cities of Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.

All trucks moving between Mexico and Canada that carry shipments entrusted to Mexuscan Cargo, are all tracked through various terminals via Qualcomm GPS tracking system.

Mexuscan Cargo relies on its partners: Transport Charette, Transport Magog Express, Transport Emslie and Transport CPM for pickups and deliveries through a diverse fleet of trailers, heated or refrigerated, curtain side flatbed trailers, drop decks, flat bed, double-drop detachable (RGN), oversize movements and container chassis.

The subsidiary, Les Entrepôts Goyette, allows Mexuscan Cargo to offer over 40,000 sq. ft. of short and long term warehousing and trans-loading of containers at its Ste-Martine on the south shore Montreal, QC, Canada.

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First truck Québec-Ontario 1967
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First closed trailer Québec-Ontario 1968
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Local Truck 1981
Charette Express 1990
Mission Québec/Mexique Lucien Bouchard, Annie-France & Robert Goyette 1999
Aerial view Mexuscan Offices
Head office Ste-Martine