Mary Waring, CEO
1555 Brigantine Drive
Starting from zero base in the Fall of 1990, between Toronto and Vancouver, only, the evolution of the Company has been rapid – and acceptance by the business furniture manufacturers and resellers gratifying. While we believe we're just at the threshold of our future—and are focussed on further evolution – it's fun to look back at where we've come from.
Western Logistics does not "own" any business. We start each day prepared to win the business over again
The process is seen as a marathon, not a sprint race, and we believe that we must relentlessly strive to improve the quality and scope of our services.
While we're delighted with our past success and growth, we see ourselves as merely at the threshold of our eventual development, so there is no complacency or rigid attitudes. And we're actively developing tomorrow's leaders by empowering young people as quickly as they are ready to accept responsibility.
Armed with a sophisticated Management Information System of terminal performance developed in the early '00s, our managers can each month quickly spot variances in revenue or cost which need attention. The benchmarks used in this process also ensure ever-greater awareness of bottom-line realities while extending service of high quality – a commitment we will never abandon. These factors, when combined, will enable Western Logistics to maintain its long tradition of rate stability, while giving adequate profit levels to assure the viability of the Company.