J.B.M. Logistics is a privately owned trucking company based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. We offer over the road transportation services specializing in dry van and temperature controlled freight. J.B.M. also offers freight forwarding services through our sister company Newco Logistics. At J.B.M. Logistics and Newco Logistics our goal is 100% satisfaction for every shipment we handle. We endeavor to provide superior, reliable service at a competitive rate.
J.B.M. Logistics is a market driven, service based transportation provider committed to meeting the needs of our existing customers while pursuing new market opportunities. We are dedicated to satisfying our customer demands while providing an appropriate return for the shareholders of J.B.M. Logistics. We will achieve these objectives in a healthy, safe environment, operating within the guidelines and laws established by the regulatory bodies in each jurisdiction through which we travel. Through efficient use of technology and innovative strategies developed utilizing input from all J.B.M. staff, we will achieve our objective.
J.B.M. Logistics is a people oriented corporation, our employees and customers will continue to be the basis for our long term success. Consequently safety and security is an integral part of our everyday operation. Provincial, State and Federal safety regulations in Canada and the United States are considered our minimum standard of compliance. We take these standards seriously, as reflected by our long-standing “Satisfactory” rating under Canadian National Safety Code (NSC), as well as proven compliance with the U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Our NSC rating and FMCSA safety evaluation score demonstrate that we can maintain a level of compliance higher than the levels required by legislation within all jurisdictions in which we operate. We maintain these ratings while continuing to provide superior timely service.
As a result of the heinous terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 safety and security affect each other in ways unimaginable just a few short years ago. U.S. Congress and our Canadian government have attempted to identify and fortify weak links in the security chain. The transportation community was approached by our Nation’s governments to review internal security practices in order to strengthen security in the supply chain. We recognized the need to change the way we do business, in order to address these issues. Adapting to the changing environment of the transportation community and our role in securing the supply chain is a challenge we welcomed. We have developed and deployed security policies adequate to become a member of the United States Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism program (C-TPAT), Canada’s Partners in Protection program (PIP), Free and Secure Trade (FAST) in both Canada and the United States, and the Canada Customs Self-Assessment program (CSA). Development of security policies, an energetic Safety and Health Committee, development of fleet safety policies, and furnishing employees with superior training are examples of sound practices that result in a successful and safe operation. This is how we ensure the safety and security of our employees and business partners.
Revising policies and modifying our operations provided an opportunity to demonstrate that the safety and security of our employees, business partners and all citizens of North America is paramount to J.B.M. Logistics. Success in implementing sound safety and security policies depends on genuine commitment, basic operating principles, and well-communicated visions. Every single employee at J.B.M. Logistics has participated in and has been provided opportunities to contribute to ongoing safety and security training. We feel proud to proclaim that every member of our company displays a genuine enthusiasm required to ensure our commitment to a secure supply chain.