WE SERVE ALL RESOURCE SECTORS

Don Anderson Haulage prides itself on providing exceptional service in multiple resources sectors. Our in-house project management team, in collaboration with the countless talented logistics managers, provide seamless journeys from Point A to Point B. With specialists in Energy, Oil and Gas, Chemical, Infrastructure, and Mining, Don Anderson Haulage delivers an unmatched heavy haul experience.

ROBUST SOLUTIONS FOR EVERY
TRANSPORT REQUIREMENT

With decades of over-dimensional and heavy-haul transportation expertise, we offer hundreds of our own specialized trailer and equipment combinations.

We provide engineered plans to achieve optimum, safe and cost-effective transportation solutions, including unique in-house “Jack and Slide” expertise.

We work with Tier 1 forwarders and have earned the respect of our valued partners to achieve a total transportation solution to meet our customers’ unique needs.

in-house subject matter experts

Custom project solutions & reporting

Transportation feasibility plans & TMPs

Route planning & stakeholder management

CAD drawings to support our solutions

Permitting and compliance

Change management

BLACK & MCDONALD LIMITED

ENERGY CASE STUDY

  • In 2016, a 325-ton transformer was transported from CPR siding Myrtle Station to Clarington, Oshawa.
  • To travel the 13 km route, it took 10 of Anderson Haulages most experienced team members 14 hours.
  • A 4 axle tractor pulled the reactor 35 feet in length on a 12 axle double-wide Scheuerle.
  • In 2016, a 325-ton transformer was transported from CPR siding Myrtle Station to Clarington, Oshawa.
  • To travel the 13 km route, it took 10 of Anderson Haulages most experienced team members 14 hours.
  • A 4 axle tractor pulled the reactor 35 feet in length on a 12 axle double-wide Scheuerle.

HOOPER WELDING ENTERPRISES

OIL & GAS CASE STUDY

  • One of Anderson Haulage’s most impressive projects was the transportation of Hooper Enterprises 1,250,000 lb reactor in 2009.
  • The 131 foot long reactor traveled 6.5 km in Oakville, ON.
  • Two 10 axle Scheuerle’s supported the load; the front end was supported on 10 axles, which was pulled by a 4-axle tractor, and the back-end on 10 axles.
  • One of Anderson Haulage’s most impressive projects was the transportation of Hooper Enterprises 1,250,000 lb reactor in 2009.
  • The 131 foot long reactor traveled 6.5 km in Oakville, ON.
  • Two 10 axle Scheuerle’s supported the load; the front end was supported on 10 axles, which was pulled by a 4-axle tractor, and the back-end on 10 axles.

ALLIANCE FABRICATION

CHEMICAL CASE STUDY

  • May 2017, DAH facilitated a move of: Methanator with dimensions of 25’8” x 13’2” x 13’6” ½” weighing approximately 59,600 pounds
  • 2 Shifts Convertors with dimensions of:
  • (1) LT Shift Converter (a) – 42’0” x 18’0” x 16’9” @ 210,000 pounds
  • 1) LT Shift Converter (b) – 34’0” x 18’0” x 16’9” @ 210,000 pounds
  • Road transportation from the Alliance facility to the Port of Sarnia, ON to Brandon, MB.
  • Supply Barge for transportation to Duluth, MN.
  • Supply crew & cranes to load both vessels onto Barge
  • Supply crew & equipment to lash & secure cargo to barge
  • Marine survey
  • Barge Transportation to Port of Duluth, Minnesota
  • Supply crew & cranes to un-lash, off-load Barge & clean-up dunnage
  • Supply crew & cranes to load a dual lane loading suspension system transporter

THE CROSSTOWN PROJECT

INFRASTRUCTURE CASE STUDY

  • In 2016, Metrolinx finished tunneling from Laird Drive to Yonge Street for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT Project
  • In early 2017, Don Anderson Haulage transported all components for these two tunnel boring machines away from site.
  • Multiple loads were transported and ranged up to 170,000 lbs, 25 feet long, 22 feet wide, 15 feet tall.
  • More than 60 truck loads were utilized to finish transportation of the two tunnel boring machines.
  • Police, Cable Lifting Utility companies, DAH Escorts were utilized to transport the loads.

GORF MANUFACTURING

MINING CASE STUDY

  • In 2009, a 44-ton Tonner Tower was transported from East Porcupine to Kidd Creek, Ontario.
  • It took the team at Anderson Haulage 4 hours to travel 8 km.
  • The equipment used to haul the load was the 12 axle vessel deck. Built with the 3 axle jeep, 6 axle dolly and 3 axle tractor.
  • By taking advantage of the vessel deck, the low deck height provided a clearance under 20 feet allowing more accessibility under bridges.
  • Police escorted the load and three permits were required to transport the tower.

QUALITY, HEALTH & SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT

We are certified by a number of reputable safety associations and companies

Quality

  • Documented processes
  • Stringent policies
  • Ongoing training, upgrading and certification programs.
  • Current equipment and ongoing maintenance

Health & Safety

  • Extensive and specific training
  • Behaviour-based safety culture
  • Lessons Learned workshop
  • Work-life balance

Environment

  • Conscious consideration of the natural, social, & built environments
  • Mission to protect our people & areas we work
  • Strive to reduce emissions in all our operations

Certifications

  • WHMIS
  • Fall Arrest
  • Aerial Lift
  • Overhead Cranes
  • Lockout Procedure
  • Lift Truck