Trimac Transportation
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About the company

  • CEO
    Matt Faure
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Link
    Trimac Transportation website

From its inception in 1945, Trimac Transportation has consistently sought and achieved industry leadership and has a proven reputation for safe and reliable service. Trimac has become one of the largest bulk carriers in North America through internal growth and strategic acquisitions.

At Trimac, safety is a core value that we embrace every day. We are a solid, stable company that knows how important it is to be able to spend time with your loved ones.

As a fast-growing organization, our work is challenging and rewarding. With numerous opportunities in different business areas, we are confident you will find your perfect fit at Trimac.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 416 reviews and is evolving.



Truck Driver in Calgary, AB
on 1 December 2022
Worked for B&B

If you could just be left to your own devices things would’ve been great. Dispatch would meddle and and not let a driver be on anything they enjoyed too long, god forbid. I worked here on more than one occasion so I can’t say it was terrible, but I would rather not go back after my last experience.

Manager in Calgary, AB
on 6 November 2022
Only what’s best for Trimac

Most of the time leadership is focused on what’s best for them and the company. Rarely focused on valuing and doing things that are in their employees interests. - if they want something done, you’re expected to work more hours outside of business hours - when they want to reduce costs they reduce people, but the work goes to those that remain without changing expectations - despite a great year financially for the company, wage increases still don’t meet inflation. Getting higher than inflation price increases from customers at the same time but goes into the companies pocket - remote work is slowly being abolished. Was one of the only real upsides of working for the company but that’s somehow not good for Trimac - little opportunity for growth. When they do arise, they most often hire externally

1A Fuel Truck Driver in Regina, SK
on 18 October 2022
Poor shift pattern

The work is ok. The shift pattern ruined the job for me. 5 2 5 3. Terrible shift with week of days week of nights. It was far better before the change and trimac didn't care

Employee in Saskatchewan
on 7 October 2022
Great Place to Work

Every company has its up and downs. I personally have had a very good experience with Trimac. From management to experience has been great. Safety is a major factor and concern for the company. The safety guy in SK has made sure of that!

Senior Manager in Edmonton, AB
on 6 October 2022
Good company

Family owned, great culture, best drivers and people. Always a new challenge to tackle. Trucking is changing as a whole and Trimac adepts well while still making sure everyone comes along for the ride.

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