News that a Wisconsin based dry van fleet carrier has been sold to a Canadian carrier.

Canadian carrier Bison Transport acquires Wisconsin-based trucking fleet
Canadian trucking company Bison Transport acquired H.O. Wolding Inc., or HOW, a 320-truck dry van fleet headquartered in Amherst, Wisconsin, on April 1.
HOW has truckload operations in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast regions of the U.S.
The acquisition of HOW represents a strategic investment in the U.S. domestic transportation services market, said Rob Penner, president and chief executive of Bison Transport. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Bison Transport is one of the largest carriers in Canada and is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The company was incorporated in 1969 by owner Duncan M. Jessiman, Bisonís chairman and sole shareholder. One of Canadaís largest carriers, Bison Transport serves Canada and 48 states in the U.S. The company offers full truckload service, full-service logistics, dedicated fleet operations, yard management, and warehousing and distribution.