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In efforts to provide our clients with best-of-class transportation services, we comply with the following certifications and programs:

  • Hazardous materials

    We hold the required certification for the handling and transportation of hazardous materials in Canada and the United States.

    Hazardous materials
  • Permits for oversize cargo (non-strandard)

    We can supply most of the special permits required for the transportation of non-standard cargo.

  • Association du camionnage (ACQ)

    JAG is a member of the largest association of motor carriers of freight in Quebec.

    Association du camionnage (ACQ)
  • Registry of owners and operators of heavy vehicules (NIR: R-004599-8)

    All freight carriers who want to put into operation or operate a heavy vehicle registered in Quebec must register with Commission des transports du Québec (CTQ), the provincial agency that oversees transportation. Subsequently, Société de l’Assurance Automobile du Québec (SAAQ) – the government agency that oversees automobile insurance in the province – conducts a rigorous assessment of freight carriers using a scoring system that identifies high-risk carriers, providing sanctions as required.

    Registry of owners and operators of heavy vehicules (NIR: R-004599-8)
  • United States department of transportation
    (USDOT: 274832  MC:193466-C)

    All freight carriers that want to operate a heavy vehicle in the United States must obtain a USDOT number from the United States Department of Transportation. Subsequently, this U.S. government agency evaluates each carrier to identify high-risk carriers and provide sanctions as required.

    United States department of transportation<br />(USDOT: 274832  MC:193466-C)
  • Quebec’s preventive maintenance program (PEP)

    Freight carriers that hold SAAQ preventive maintenance program certification are recognized users of good preventive maintenance practices that enhance road safety. This certification dispenses carriers from submitting their vehicles to periodic obligatory mechanical checks.

    Quebec’s preventive maintenance program (PEP)
  • Automated commercial environment (ACE)

    ACE is a commercial trade processing system developed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to facilitate trade across the U.S. border. It enables carriers in Canada to send required documentation to the CBP via the web. The CBP’s objective is to reduce delays and bottlenecks at border crossings.

    Automated commercial environment (ACE)
  • Advance commercial information (ACI)

    The Advance Commercial Information (ACI) program introduces more effective risk management processes and tools to identify threats to our health, safety, and security prior to the arrival of cargo and conveyances in Canada.

    Advance commercial information (ACI)