Company History

Eurofret Canada Inc. is a family-owned business founded in Quebec in 1989. At that time, our founder, Mr. Robert Morin, was driven to offer a personalized, distinct service from what was already available in the market. Over the years, our company has formed into a professional team that offers the same vision to serve as our founder.


Over time, Eurofret has acquired and amalgamated excellent companies that have blended their activities to Eurofret in order to be progressive and improve the service offered to our customers. As a result, our expertise has expanded to key markets such as the publishing and Chinese market’s.


Additionally with the opening of our Paris office in 2006, “Transit Eurofret France”, our founder contributed to the expansions of our company by appointing his sons, Pascal Morin and Stephane Morin as partners. The Morin family’s passion for this business, combined with innovative transportation solutions, are paramount to meeting the needs of the clientele in this industry.

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Certified member of the associations IATA, FIATA and CSCB, Eurofret has, for the last 29 years, become a very important player in the international transport and custom brokerage industry.

Expansion of 2000 sq.ft of office space at our head office
Eurofret becomes an important player in the chinese market
Additional expansion of 15 000 sq.ft of space in our Blainville warehouse for a grand total of 35 000 sq.ft
Opening of our Paris office Transit Eurofret France
Mr Robert Morin announces and nominates his sons as Vice-Presidents to the company
Expansion of our 8000 sq.ft warehouse to 20 000 sq.ft in Blainville
Creation of small parcel/courier department with partnerships with FEDEX/UPS/DHL
Acquisitions of LIV-TRANS. Eurofret becomes an important player in the publishing and book market
Construction of our head office in Blainville with 8000 sq.ft of office space and 12 000 sq.ft of warehousing facility
Acquisition of Kenta Transport
Foundation of the company by Mr Robert Morin