1001 Sherwin Road
1001 Sherwin Road
Bison Transport is a privately held, professionally managed transportation company, established in 1969. With a network of terminals throughout Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, Bison is a leading asset-based freight solutions provider that employs over 2,600 professional Drivers and staff. We proudly deliver award-winning transportation services to our valued clients throughout North America. We operate one of the largest, safest and most modern fleets on the road today. Our investments in tractor, trailer and container equipment is a testament to the commitment we’ve made to our customers, staff and the industry. Our fleet boasts 2,150 tractors and 6,000 trailers operating throughout North America. Beyond this, we have access to over 30,000 trucks through our Logistics Operations, and over 600 containers through our Intermodal Operations.
Bison is participating in the three-year Alberta Zero-Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration project. The $15-million project will see the building of two class 8 tractors powered by hydrogen to test the ability of it to fuel the heavy-duty freight transportation sector. Testing begins in 2021 and is set to conclude December 2022.
Bison Transport has been involved with this project from inception. We are integral to the development of the specification of the vehicle to match the operational requirements of a heavy long combination vehicle. Our key role in the project will be the day to day operation of one of the vehicles in the Calgary to Edmonton corridor, providing operational feedback on total vehicle performance over the eighteen months of the test. The goal of the program is to prove the operational viability of hydrogen as a fuel source and the electric drive components.
“At Bison, we are committed to the betterment of our communities, as well as incorporating environmental sustainability into our day-to-day operations. Bison Transport takes pride in supporting emerging vehicle technologies and we look forward to the future of hydrogen as a viable fuel source.”