History

  • 1969

    With only one truck and two accounts, Rosedale Transport opens its first terminal in Hamilton.

  • 1978

    North Georgia Shippers was formed and provided service to customers in the Northeast, Midwest and Northwest from the carpet mills in North Georgia. Deliveries were done by drivers off the back of the truck.

  • 1980

    Strict trucking regulations require that Rosedale submit applications to operating authorities and various regulatory commissions. Rosedale receives tremendous support from the floor-covering industry and every application is successful.

  • 1981

    To meet the service requirements of its’ now rapidly growing customer base, Rosedale moves its operation from Hamilton to Mississauga. With this new warehouse, delivery zones are expanded to include most of southern Ontario.

  • 1983

    With the majority of carpet mills centered in Quebec, Rosedale is encouraged to open a second facility in Montreal, Quebec. This location offers transportation and distribution services to both Montreal and Quebec City, as well as providing single lane service to Ontario and the U.S.A.

  • 1985

    Rosedale achieves success again with a truck once a week from Dalton, Georgia to Eastern Canada. To better serve this market, Rosedale opens a warehouse in Dalton called Carpet Consolidators of Georgia.

  • 1989

    An additional warehouse in Ottawa is opened which enables Rosedale to offer an enhanced service standard in Eastern Ontario and the Ottawa Valley to its shippers in Ontario, Quebec and the U.S.A.

  • 1990

    During the nineties, Rosedale continues to grow as an integral part of the Canadian floor-covering industry. Its services enable many manufacturers and distributors to close their remote warehouses and use Rosedale to provide just-in-time delivery services

  • 1995

    Rosedale continues to expand in Canada with new terminals in Quebec City and London. The Company also introduces scheduled services to Western Canada, most Maritime points and the USA.

  • 2000

    The Mississauga head office holds the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art facility. Additional services to the general freight industries are launched.

  • 2001

    Rosedale opens new terminals in Barrie, Granby, Edmonton and Calgary to better serve the markets in each of these areas.

  • 2004

    Rolly Uloth, named Transportation Clubs International Person of the Year

  • 2006

    President, Rolly Uloth was a finalist in the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Rosedale also opens its 11th terminal in Winnipeg, MB

  • 2008

    Rosedale grows into Saskatchewan opening two terminals: Saskatoon and Regina

  • 2010

    Rosedale completes their western expansion with their 14th terminal location in Delta, BC

  • 2011

    Rosedale moves into their newly built, company owned terminal facility in Winnipeg, with over 6.5 acres of land, easy access of all major highways and lies within North America’s inland port and Foreign Trade Zone, CentrePort Canada.

  • 2013

    Rosedale moves into their new facilities in Calgary and Ottawa