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News   March 1, 2011   by Auto Service World

Transit Warehouse Opens St-Hubert Depot


Transit Warehouse has opened its sixth service location, the third in Quebec, in St-Hubert on the south shore of Montreal.
The new depot is officially open as of March 1. This new depot will meet the growing demand in the region. The new depot is located at 3400, Losch Blvd., local 5, in Saint-Hubert.
This new service point will offer Transit’s customers an inventory of several thousand different pieces.
“We are committed to always offer the best service to our customers. Having a depot nearby that allows our customers to stock up quickly at the best value for money and avoid the heavy traffic of Montreal is part of our engagement of offering the best service” says Pierre Aubin, general manager of Transit.
“We keep building and maintaining a growing clientele. This creates opportunities that drive project development and even create jobs across Canada. We create and then we give back,” adds Stephan Guay, president of Transit.
The company has seen its number of employees quadruple in less than four years to nearly one hundred.
This latest opening comes not long after the relocation of the Montreal depot which was too small to meet Transit’s needs and the growing demand of its customers in the metropolitan area.
Last year the company announced the opening of a new warehouse in Calgary, Alta. to supply Western Canada.
When asked about the key to the company’s success, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, Guay and Aubin said that “it is a combination of work, respect and trust, both to our customers and to our team. This allows us to always understand each other and perform together.”
Transit Warehouse Auto Parts Distribution Inc., which celebrates its 40th birthday in 2011, is the largest distribution center for wholesale auto parts in Eastern Quebec. Transit serves a customer base of wholesalers, retailers, and auto parts stores throughout Canada.

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