Ray-Mont Logistics International Joins WESTAC

June 21, 2018 | Category: Member News


Special Announcement



Vancouver, BC – June 21, 2018 – The Western Transportation Advisory Council (WESTAC) is pleased to welcome containerized logistics supply chain pioneers, Ray-Mont Logistics, as its newest member. The Official Representative will be Jonathan Hébert, VP Finance and Corporate Development. The alternate will be Charles Raymond, President & CEO.

“A company like Ray-Mont, with its innovative business model and track record in collaboration, is the kind of member we value at WESTAC,” says Oksana Exell, WESTAC President & CEO. “Their significant operations in the West, and particularly in Prince Rupert and Vancouver will bring a valuable perspective to our Forum discussions.”

“Joining an organization focused on collaboration fits our business model. Ray-Mont enhances Canada’s trade-enabling transportation network by connecting customers to overseas opportunities. I look forward to joining leaders from across the region’s transportation system to share our perspective and to continue building relationships with supply chain partners to grow Canada’s trade capacity.” –Jonathan Hébert, VP Finance and Corporate Development, Ray-Mont Logistics


About Ray-Mont Logistics International

As a fundamental trade facilitator of agricultural products such as pulses, grains, seeds and beans into ocean-bound containers, Ray-Mont offers its global customers integrated logistics solutions which combine transloading and freight forwarding services. Ray-Mont Logistics currently operates transloading terminals in Montreal, Vancouver, and Prince Rupert, as well as sales offices in Montreal and Spokane, Washington.

For more information visit http://www.ray-mont.com/.



The Western Transportation Advisory Council, WESTAC is a Council of major transportation organizations, represented by senior decision-makers. WESTAC’s 50+ members span the modes and sectors of freight transportation: carriers and logistics providers, ports and terminals, shippers, labour unions and the three levels of government. Among others, WESTAC’s members include the largest railways, ports and commodity shippers in the country that represent a significant share of the Western Canadian economy. The members focus on critical issues that affect Western Canada’s freight transportation network to ensure that it is safe, efficient, reliable and competitive.

For more information visit westac.com or on Twitter @WESTAC



For further information:   Oksana Exell, President & CEO, WESTAC  Phone: (604) 687.8691