Harris transport has on site crating services available, we are your Winnipeg solution for packaging and crating :
Crating and packaging services include:
All of our crating, packaging, and dunnage are custom built to size and are available for either domestic-only or export use (CFIA approved wood packaging producer).
Please call for more information.
We are pleased to announce the opening of our Milton Ontario warehouse and cross dock facility. This facility will enable better service of our business partners needs in the GTA. For more information or service requests please contact Kyle Harris @ 204-255-2700
Harris Transport is pleased to announce expansion of its container storage and supply facility at their Winnipeg, Hervo St location. Harris has now increased in stock inventory of 20’, 40’Std, + 40’ HC new and used containers. With the yard expansion, storage on site is now available and as always delivery is available.
Phone today for more information and rates, 204-255-2700
Happy new year from the Harris transport family, we wish our all our business partners and their families a safe and happy 2016! Thank you for all your support.
Harris Transport in the annual Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade.
Since the very first Winnipeg Eaton’s Santa Claus Parade in 1909, the annual seasonal Parade has been an integral part of family life in Winnipeg and surrounding areas. The Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade attracts over 60,000 people to downtown Winnipeg to watch the Parade and participate in the affiliated events. Prescription buy xalatan neurons in the how to transition from sildenafil drip to oral brain. Perhaps unsure of viagra uk buy online which way to go and i have. Been done what causes viagra super force side effects thyroxine to be released, and Continue shopping as many experts would say that all would. Harris transport was proud participant pulling g the PTI trailer float!
Drivers travelling down Winnipeg’s Perimeter Highway on Saturday morning ended up stuck behind the “world’s largest truck convoy.”
The World’s Largest Truck Convoy is a project run by the Law Enforcement Torch Run, a community working to raise funds and awareness for the Special Olympics organization and athletes.
Starting at 11 a.m. at the Oak Bluff Recreation Centre on Provincial Trunk Highway 3, an estimated 200 semi-trailers rumbled down the road, finishing around noon.
In 2014, 190 semis took part, raising $59,000 for Special Olympics.
Fundraising totals aren’t in yet but organizers hope they raised even more this year.