PFN Adding GTI Global Freight Systems Inc. for Canada

GTILogo1GTI Global Freight Systems Inc. is our new member for Canada to the Project Freight Forwarders network. GTI Global Freight Systems is a competitive organization if you look for advantages. Reliable distribution and an optimized supply chain. Important project cargo that arrives at its destination when it needs to be there. Dependable, headache-free service that boosts your bottom line.

GTI Global delivers – by ocean, air and ground, from door-to-door across all continents and are experts in the international transport of palletized shipments, break bulk, crated cargo, containers and over dimensional equipment and materials. Tailored flexible, time-definite solutions that fit companies seamlessly. They execute precision multimodal logistics with the utmost speed and reliability by combining their international reach and capabilities with local know-how and proven expertise in global transportation and project freight management. Expressing their expertise through turnkey freight forwarding solutions, exceptional service and world-class resources that span the globe. Whether the cargo’s destination is central or remote and inaccessible, GTI gets your freight where they need to be – on time, every time. This is why we are happy to add them to the PFN network.

Contact details:

GTI Global Freight Systems Inc.

Contact: Dan Noseworthy

9500 Ryan Ave,

Dorval QC H9P 3A1


Phone: +1 514-634-7655 x 265

Cell Phone: +1 514-346-7066




We see a great fit for the PFN network in this member whereby we have also looked at the future potential that GTI and PFN will have together in the 2nd level strategy of the network.

PFN is a Project Freight Forwarders network that offers its members not just all the usual network benefits but in addition adds online systems, like projeXsmart™ and PFNLead, to advance their processes and efficiency. PFN offers know-how and educational programs that are recognized by the industry and in line with ISO21500. In these times of economic turmoil and a strong decline in industrial projects it is important to be part of a network that looks out for the members and the wellbeing of its members. Exclusivity is another part of the strategy that the network has whereby we like to look at the quality of a country member rather than quantity. Industrial customers and EPC organizations look for consistency and quality.