In 1962, Curtis E. Fisher from Brookfield, Nova Scotia, started the business with one single axle flatbed truck carrying milk and cream cans for delivery to a local dairy. The business eventually expanded to collect and transport in bulk, milk from local farms and water to local customers in stainless steel tanker trucks.
In 1992, the business was purchased by Ken MacDonald who expanded the operations to service the four Atlantic Provinces, Quebec and Ontario. Fisher’s success lies in our ability to continually improve on the quality of our bulk liquid transportation service through the utilization of high-capacity tanker trailers, effective safety programs, employee incentives and computerized software systems.
Fisher is a proud Nova Scotia family run business with a commitment to growth and the continual improvement of the services we offer. Having celebrated our 50th anniversary in 2012, we have the experience and capability to meet your bulk logistical needs.