Det’on Cho Logistics opens office in Vancouver

Yellowknife, NT—Det’on Cho Logistics, one of the North’s leading expediting and logistics companies, announced today that it has opened a new office in Vancouver. It will be the company’s first office outside of the North, and will be dedicated to providing international and domestic freight forwarding solutions.

According to Det’on Cho Logistics President Matt Mossman, the new office stems from the company’s desire to be even more responsive to its clients’ needs.

“Providing quality expediting and logistics means providing clients with whatever they need, where and when they need it. Adding a Vancouver office creates a new point of contact for our clients, and puts us in a position to be even more responsive to their needs.”

In addition to the new office, Det’on Cho Logistics also announced the addition of Adam J. Wickstead to its team. Mr. Wickstead is a freight forwarding specialist who brings more than 25 years of experience to Det’on Cho Logistics’ Vancouver office.

“We couldn’t be happier about adding Adam to our team,” said Mossman. “Adding someone with his experience and dedication to personalized service gave us the confidence that we could expand to Vancouver and still maintain the same levels of responsiveness and attention to detail that our clients have come to expect from Det’on Cho Logistics.”

Det’on Cho Logistics is a Det’on Cho company. It was established in 2009 by Deton’Cho Corporation and Matt Mossman and Stu Impett. With offices in Vancouver and Yellowknife, Det’on Cho Logistics provides expediting and logistics, freight forwarding and consolidation, and air cargo handling support to the northern resource development industry.

Det’on Cho Corporation is the economic development arm of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation. Established in 1988, the Corporation now includes more than a dozen subsidiaries. Services provided by Det’on Cho include a full-spectrum of mine related services, transportation, logistic services and expediting, the provision of human resource services and construction and management services.