Keystone Western is proud to announce that they are one of three finalists in the 2016 Manitoba Business Awards in the Outstanding Medium Business Category!

The winner will be revealed at the MBiz Awards Gala in October!!

We are very excited to be nominated for this prestigious award!!

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Have a great August long weekend! Stay safe and remember to share the roads!!

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Saturday July 16th, Keystone will be in the “Big Rig Big Hearts” Truck Convoy in Winkler, MB. There will be music, kids bouncers, food along with an over 100 truck long convoy! See you all there!

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Grande Pointe, MB – Keystone Western, a Canadian asset based logistics services company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dave Davis as President.

Davis started with Keystone Western on April 6th and brings several years of managerial and leadership experience. Davis previously worked in a senior management role with Wildwood Transport and prior to that with Canada Cartage.

Norm Curtis – who has served as President of Keystone since 2001 will move into the role of CEO. In addition to his role Curtis will develop new business opportunities and manage the companies’ rolling stock.

“Keystone has been growing considerably over the past 4 years”, said Curtis. “The plan over the next few years is continual growth at a rate of 15-20%. I personally want to acquire new opportunities that will enhance our overall service offerings. I can’t do that in my current role, so I am pleased to have hired Dave as President to take over my day to day responsibilities.”


About Keystone Western

Founded in 1990, Keystone Western provides asset – based logistics solutions for TL and LTL dry van and open deck shippers throughout North America. They also provide warehousing, regional cartage, intermodal services, logistics analysis and 3PL services. Their success has been built on reliable and cost-effective solutions for their customers. To learn more visit:

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