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April 2, 2021

Presence in a 9th Canadian province: Intelcom launches operations in Newfoundland and Labrador

St.John’s (Newfoundland and Labrador),April 2, 2021 – Canadian parcel delivery company Intelcom today launched operations at its first sorting station in Newfoundland and Labrador with the opening of a facility in St. John’s. With this opening, Intelcom now delivers daily to nine of Canada’s 10 provinces.

“Rolling out a national network is at the core of our strategic priorities, as we strive to offer our clients the opportunity to reach as many Canadian households as possible,” explains François Poliquin, Chief Operating Officer for Intelcom. He adds: “We are confident that our presence in this province will improve the online shopping experience for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, with drastically reduced delivery times. When a package enters an Intelcom station, it is usually delivered to the consumer within 24 hours.”

The opening of the station in St. John’s will create 24 new jobs when fully operational, as well as provide an opportunity for eight independent delivery contractors to partner with Intelcom.

AboutIntelcom

Intelcom is a last-kilometre logistics company enabling the delivery of more than 400,000 parcels every day all across Canada. Leading the way with its technology platform that generates more than 3,500 optimized routes daily for close to 500 independent delivery partners, Intelcom enables its clients to offer consumers a quick, reliable and predictable experience for the last kilometre of their online purchases. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Intelcom employs more than 2,500 permanent people in 9 provinces, constantly opening new sorting stations and expanding its network. Founded in 1986, Intelcom is the parent company of Dragonfly Shipping Pty Ltd, which operates in Australia.

For more information

Dominic Simard 

Lead, External Communications and Media Relations 

media@intelcomexpress.com  

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