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Trailcon Leasing is a nationwide leader in trailer rental, leasing and maintenance solutions. Our transportation industry expertise and dedication to serving our clients has earned and kept us the business of some of Canada's largest companies.

Trailcon Leasing Inc. began operating in Mississauga in 1992 with just one employee, President Al Boughton. With more than 40 years of experience in the trucking industry, Al has served as chairman of the Ontario Trucking Association's Allied Trades Division and as a member of the OTA Board of Directors. In 2012, he was the first member of the OTA Allied Trades Division to be awarded the prestigious Service to Industry Award.

Since Trailcon's inception, our fleet of equipment has grown to over 7,000 units servicing many of Canada's largest for-hire carriers, private fleets and major grocery and retail chains.

Our modern 75,000 square foot state-of-the-art head office, consisting of 30,000 square feet of office and parts space, and 45,000 square feet of maintenance yards, includes our own yard for trailer storage allowing us to maintain an ample supply of rental trailers and specialized transportation equipment to meet our customers' needs. Our 15-acre facility is conveniently located at 15 Spar Drive in Brampton, Ontario.

Trailcon expanded to branches in Edmonton, Cornwall, Calgary and Surrey to offer nationwide coverage for leasing, renting, and servicing wide varieties of trailer equipment. Our mobile repair fleet is the largest in Canada, with almost 100 licensed trailer technicians nationwide along with a wide reaching list of service providers within North America, and 15 MTO-licensed stations in the Greater Toronto Area.

Trailcon's continued growth strategy includes our latest acquisition in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia with the acquisition of Stewart Trailers, one of the largest welding, mobile service and trailer repair facilities in the Greater Vancouver area, further strengthening our presence in western Canada.