Quebec province is expecting to see a 7 percent increase in exports through 2013. Largely fueled by increased construction activity in the United States, gains are expected in exportation of chemicals, plastics, fertilizers, ore, and metals. Other active parts of the economy include aeronautics, ground transport, biotechnology, agriculture, and forestry. Almost all of these sectors expect growth in 2013. Small family-owned businesses, like those specializing in freight transport to Quebec, will see increased business as a result.
Companies that specialize in long haul transports throughout North America, like Brave Transport Inc., take special pride in quality and attention to detail, which makes them infinitely invaluable to industries that require freight transport to Quebec. And just because these companies are small, doesnâ€™t mean that the services they provide are in any way small. In fact, one of the most difficult parts of exporting goods is in finding reliable freight transport, especially when it requires long distances, over-dimensioned and heavy freight, or wide and flatbed trucks.
There are a number of reasons why small business can be a better option for services as opposed to enlisting the help of a huge conglomerate. For example, itâ€™s not uncommon to hear about missing or stolen equipment, or even just trucks that never made it to their destination in a company thatâ€™s large enough to have these things overlooked. Companies like Brave Transport Inc. depend on exports and are small enough to keep a watchful eye on all of its operations.
Exports from Quebec, such as transport and mining equipment, require over-dimensional transport and heavy machinery transport for long distances. These expensive loads are best brokered by small and experienced operations so the trucks donâ€™t get lost on the road. Smaller products, like agricultural produce, wood, paper, textiles, and chemicals also require care in handlingâ€”seasoned experts like Brave Transport Inc. have normal freight and flatbed truck options for all of Quebecâ€™s exports.
Nickel and iron exports are expected to rise as well, potentially even creating larger gains than the anticipated 7 percent. These metals are required throughout Canada and the United States and also will require freight transport to Quebec: just another example of how the growing Canadian and United States economies will help small freight transport companies in Quebec.
In fact, Quebecâ€™s exports in 2002 were tallied around USD $68.2 billion. Even through economic turmoil, in 2011 the number was around USD $78 billion. Companies like Brave Transport Inc. have cashed in on the growing need for freight transport to Quebec. While the company is relatively new, its operators and staff combine for over a century of freight transport related experience.
Unreliable or inexperienced freight transport companies only reduce economic growth. Using these types of companies increases overall risk and the price of doing business. Quebecâ€™s exports are a vital part of the provinceâ€™s future, and good freight companies like Brave Transport Inc. can benefit themselves by benefitting their customers with fast and reliable service. Thatâ€™s why Quebecâ€™s exports fuel small business, but equally so, small family owned businesses fuel exports.