Tri-Line Carriers
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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    235185 Ryan Road, Rocky View, Ab
  • Link
    Tri-Line Carriers website
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Rating is calculated based on 22 reviews and is evolving.



Truck Driver in Ryan road, Rocky view, Alberta.
on 25 December 2020
Depends on which division you work in.
Tri-Line carriers is an over all good place to work. Easy e-logs, you are home every night and weekends, depending on the division. Equipment programing is left to be desired. Most are automatic transmission. Some management are easy to get along with. Pleasant to deal with. Hard to contact when needed. Supportive in many areas. No need to go above and beyond with Tri-Line. Waste division is unionized. Teamsters are a great union.
Driver in Terrace, BC
on 24 February 2022
They bought out company
Old trucks always having to move gear and belongings from truck to truck.made you feel guilty if you did not take run if you were over houred they did not care. They push you out of a position so they can get their friends on no food allowance or cell allowance spent over 400 a month on food typical big company you are a number expected to work long hours for low pay
Driver in Medicine Hat, AB
on 21 January 2022
Nice company but ….
It is a very very good company, good colleagues, good workers, good benefits, good workplace, unfortunately it does not have a good administration, it needs better managers, with a better quality of knowledge. I am sure that this good company will be a great blessing for many beneficiary families. God bless the owners.
Owner Operator Truck Driver in Rocky View, AB
on 6 May 2020
One of the best trucking companies I have worked for
I was a long haul owner operator on the flatbed division for almost exactly 5 years. I purchased my truck through Tri-line and the the month of the last payment to pay it off the engine was done. That's why I left. While I was there I was treated very well they even went above and beyond during the time when the engine went out the first time while still under warranty. They paid me for the 2 weeks I was down. I'll leave it at that.
Truck Driver - Class 1 in Bruce Jack Mine / Terrace BC.
on 29 March 2020
Camp Life
I was tasked with a camp position. Fly in for 3 out for 1 week. Tri Line had a good handle on set up. They were learning about the mine work involved, but used experience from other ventures. When I experienced difficulties the management team Always had answers. I was impressed.

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