Deckx Transport
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About us
DeckX is a divison of the TransX Group of Companies established in 1996 to offer open deck services to customers domestically and internationally. Twenty years later we have maintained an excellent reputation as a leading provider of open deck services for the steel, agricultural, oil and gas, construction, aerospace, and mining industries, and including – more... many other specialty manufacturing sectors within North America. Today, our fleet encompasses approximately 160 trucks and is operated by some of the safest and best flat deck transportation professionals in the industry.

Three Geographical Divisions:


The DeckX fleets are divided over three geographically distinct divisions. The decision of what fleet to join depends on your home location, your work/life balance needs, and the areas that you prefer to run in. These divisions allow for more flexible away-from-home schedule that suits both your family needs and the demanding nature of the profession.


DeckX Eastern Division - Aberfoyle, Ontario: This division of DeckX accommodates drivers that reside in Eastern Canada. Drivers in this fleet are primarily making runs between eastern Canada and USA, and are home most weekends.


DeckX Western Division - Edmonton, Alberta: This division of DeckX accommodates drivers that reside in Western Canada. Drivers in this fleet operate within British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and western USA.


DeckX Line Haul Division - Winnipeg, Manitoba: This division of DeckX accommodates drivers that reside in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and parts of Ontario. Drivers in this fleet operate most lanes throughout North America. The average trip length for this fleet is approximately 1,200 miles and drivers are on the road for approximately 2 weeks at a time.
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