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May 15th, 2024— ENERGY Transportation Group proudly announces its recognition as a recipient of the distinguished 2024 Canada’s Best Managed Companies award for the second consecutive year, a testament to its unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustained growth within the transportation industry.


The Canada’s Best Managed Companies program, now in its 31st year, celebrates top-performing private Canadian-owned companies with revenues exceeding $50 million. Companies undergo rigorous evaluation based on criteria such as strategic vision, organizational culture, operational capabilities, innovation initiatives, governance practices, and financial performance.


“We are thrilled to once again be honored with the 2024 Canada’s Best Managed Companies award,” said Michael Cinquino, Co-CEO and President of ENERGY Transportation Group. “This recognition reflects the dedication and expertise of our team, whose relentless efforts have driven our success to new heights.”


ENERGY Transportation Group’s inclusion in the 2024 cohort of Best Managed companies highlights its exceptional performance, characterized by a noteworthy average annual revenue growth over the past three years and a remarkable average revenue growth rate over the previous five years. These achievements underscore the company’s steadfast commitment to delivering unparalleled service and value to its clients.


“This accolade underscores our unwavering commitment to innovation, sustainability, and client satisfaction,” said Shawn Girard, Co-CEO and CCO of ENERGY Transportation Group. “We are honored to stand alongside industry leaders who share our dedication to excellence and continuous improvement.”


The 2024 Canada’s Best Managed Companies program attracted a high-caliber pool of applicants, subjecting them to a comprehensive evaluation process by an independent panel of judges. Winners exemplify exemplary business practices, resilience in overcoming challenges, and a forward-thinking approach to driving sustainable growth.

ENERGY Transportation Group continues to set benchmarks in the transportation and logistics sector through its people-centric culture, strategic ESG initiatives, and ongoing digital transformation efforts. The company remains steadfast in delivering innovative solutions, enhancing operational efficiency, and exceeding client expectations.


About ENERGY Transportation Group

Established in 2007, ENERGY Transportation Group is an asset-based provider of logistics and warehousing services, offering tailored solutions in the North American market. Headquartered in Montreal, ENERGY also operates offices in Toronto, Chicago, and Chattanooga. ENERGY prides itself on providing personalized, innovative, and advantageous solutions to address the most complex challenges in shipping and logistics.


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About Best Managed

Initially established in Canada, Best Managed is a flagship program presented by Deloitte Private, a division of Deloitte exclusively focused on serving private clients of all sizes. Since its inception, the program has inspired global expansion, now encompassing forty-six partner countries and a total of 1,315 Best Managed Companies worldwide.


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