Long term truck rental Location de camions EMPRESS offers a varied vehicle rental service, new, commendable in the long term.
This option ensures that you always have vehicles in working order and lets you focus on your deliveries. No more worries about managing a fleet, maintenance, repairs or finding replacement trucks in case of a breakdown. This all-inclusive package helps you arrive on time, every time!Do not hesitate to call us on (514) 483 4242 for more information.
Happy Holidays ! Location de camions EMPRESS wish you a happy holiday season!
Holiday opening hours Location de camions EMPRESS offers a variety of trucks for rent, whether for an extra work load, a new contract, or simply for the big moving day, whatever the task at hand, Location de camions EMPRESS has the right truck for the job.For more information, please call us on (514) 483 4242.
We are here for you during this COVID-19 period Faced with the series of measures and restrictions deployed by public health authorities to slow the spread of COVID-19, the outbreak and progression of the coronavirus can raise questions, and even concern. Rest assured that Location EMPRESS takes all the necessary precautions and carefully monitors the development of the situation so that you can carry out your activities with peace of mind.
You have an appointment, we are here for you If you have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact our customer service, open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, we will be happy to answer your questions.
If you need to move or postpone an appointment, we invite you to contact our reservations team by telephone at (514) 483-4242 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a new date. Our team remains at your disposal to answer all your questions.
Operations and inventoryOur stock levels are important. That said, our inventory will remain well stocked and will be able to meet demand. In addition, all of our value-added services will remain functional to assist you in your daily business needs.
In these difficult times, all of our resources are focused on providing our partners with the same level of support and assistance that we normally provide.
Roadside assistance and ongoing supportOur roadside assistance service continues to operate : our patrollers are ready to help you if necessary. Of course, the provision of services is adjusted for the well-being of our employees and our customers, and serious hygiene measures have been put in place.
A responsibility shared by allWe also want to assure you that our teams are constantly monitoring the development of the situation and that we have taken many precautions to keep our branches clean and ensure the safety of our customers and colleagues. In particular, we have strengthened cleaning procedures and distributed alcohol-based hand sanitizers in all of our facilities.
Prevention, health and efficiency at the heart of our commitmentsInside our facilities and through our various branches it was decided to :
- Postpone all events organized by Location EMPRESS which were to occur during the next 6 weeks ;
- Allow telework for some of our employees ;
- Prohibition of access to visitors arriving from the airport to all our establishments ;
- Increase the environmental cleaning cycle across all our facilities and common areas, including equipment in circulation ;
- Adopt separation protocols for sales, warehouse and all workshop teams by shift and by function, not to mention drivers, delivery people and third-party service companies ;
- Monitor communications and information daily through our suppliers to control the operations of global and regional supply chains.
The solution remains, individually, to practice the usual hygiene measures :
- When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue. Then throw it out and wash your hands well ;
- If you do not have a tissue, cough and sneeze into the crease of your elbow or the top of your arm ;
- Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based antiseptic solution ;
- Avoid physical contact. Greet with a wave of the hand or head, or even bow!
Please keep yourself informed of the latest informations on COVID-19, available on the WHO website and from national and local public health authorities.
World Health Organization (WHO) website:
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019Committed to your sideAs the situation changes from day to day, even hour to hour, we regularly update our website www.location-empress.com as well as our various social media accounts.
We would like to reassure you as to the solidity of our organization to deal with this situation. We thank you for your confidence in Location EMPRESS. In these difficult times, we are working hard to maintain our high quality standards and enhance your rental experience in this specific context.
Continue to take care of yourself and your family, stay safe and healthy.
President and CEO
We thrive in delivering excellence and commitment with a new look: the launch of our new portal ! After several months of development, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new portal: www.location-empress.com
This new portal is the output of the hard work deployed by LOCATION DE CAMIONS EMPRESS team and developed by ACCESS LEADER GROUP. It has been redesigned for our customers but also for users wanting to get information about truck rental, sale, maintenance and repair and this, in both English and French. This showcase, now improved and optimized, offers a rich and high quality user experience in order to assist and support the growth of our company throughout Quebec.
The Progressive Web Application (PWA) technology allows you to visit our platform from anywhere and adapts efficiently to all of your equipment and screen resolution, offering therefore an optimal and very smooth navigation. In addition to being practical, the new portal has more of an attractive and modern visual identity.
You will find information on our trucks, services, parts, job offers as well as all the news on our company. In addition, a live chat has been added to answer general questions at any time.
New features will be added regularly and more and more content will be available in the coming months. We suggest you to follow the progress and to check the new features that will make things easier for you to manage your reservations, to track your orders, to check spare parts, as well as to use the live chat to talk with our customer service.
We hope that you will enjoy this new way of communicating with us and that you will have a great time discovering our new platform. Feel free to send us any comments you may have through the contact form.
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Reusable water bottles, a breath of fresh air for the planet Each year, for lack of recycling, up to 13 million tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans. Once in the landfill, the plastic will contaminate flora and fauna for hundreds of years. The examples can be shocking, it takes 100 years for a lighter to decompose, plastic bags take 450 years to decompose and a bottle of water will take up to 1,000 years to disappear completely!
The Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres said "If nothing changes, the oceans will contain more plastic than fish (by weight) by 2050".
According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are 150 million tonnes of plastic in the oceans today. Scientists even speak of the "seventh continent of plastic," referring to a floating landfill in the Pacific Ocean.
The ingestion of plastic waste is the cause of the mortality of approximately 660 species, among them the turtles which confuse the pieces of floating plastic with jellyfish. Recently, 40 kilograms of plastic were found in the belly of a whale in the Philippines.
Plastic is now ubiquitous in our environment and represents a danger to human health. It constantly interacts with the environment and eventually enters the human body by ingestion, inhalation or direct contact. As a result, more and more microfibers and plastic particles are found in human tissues and blood systems.
The potent endocrine disruptor bisphenol A and some plastic additives are present in more than 90% of the world's population, including newborns.
A study in nine countries by researchers under the direction of Sherri Mason, professor at New York State University in Fredonia, on 250 bottles of water from around the world has shown that water in bottle is contaminated with tiny plastic particles.
"There is a link with certain types of cancer, the decrease in the quantity of sperm or with the increase in certain diseases such as attention deficit disorder or autism," said Professor Sherri Mason.
Jacqueline Savitz, North America manager for the NGO Oceana, believes that this study provides another reason to restrict the production of plastic water bottles and said "It is more urgent than ever today to make plastic water bottles a thing of the past."
What can we do in this case?
Let's start by stopping the consumption of water in disposable plastic bottles and replacing them with reusable water bottles, and make sure to fill them with tap water. In Canada, tap water is as good as bottled water and even more, since it will never be contaminated with plastic. Adding to this, in Quebec during the year tap water is tested 170,000 times against only 52 times for bottled water.
In order to comply with the implementation of sustainable development actions and corporate and citizen eco-responsibility, Location EMPRESS, as well as Centre du camion U.T.R. and HINO Montreal have been removing plastic water bottles since several weeks.
Pierre Martin, President and Chief Executive Officer, offers to all employees, staff members, administrators, representatives, salespeople and collaborators at Location EMPRESS, as well as Centre du camion U.T.R. and HINO Montreal a reusable water bottle to hydrate.
This initiative is part of a range of actions that Mr. Martin is committed to implementing within Location EMPRESS, as well as Centre du camion U.T.R. and HINO Montreal and thus help reduce the environmental footprint at work.
Wearing a face cover will be compulsory in several closed public spaces from July 18 As of Saturday, July 18, people 12 and over must wear a mask or face cover in several closed public spaces, including retail businesses, throughout Quebec. The Premier of Québec, François Legault, made the announcement on Monday, July 13, accompanied by the Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, the Minister responsible for the City, Chantal Rouleau, as well as the National Director of public health, Dr Horacio Arruda.Thus, the public will be prohibited from accessing and moving around the following places without wearing a face covering:
Service companies (eg pharmacies);
The private practices of professionals;
The places where municipal or government services are offered;
Personal care companies (e.g. hairdressers, beauty care);
Shopping centers ;
Places of worship;
Cinemas, concert halls, etc.
The places used to host events, such as congresses and conferences;
All common areas of establishments, in particular those of office buildings (e.g. entrance halls, elevators and corridors);
Schools (except primary and secondary schools), educational colleges and universities;
Remember, however, that wearing a mask is strongly discouraged for children under 2 years of age. For children 2 to 12 years old, wearing a face cover is highly recommended, but not mandatory, inside these places.
As of July 18, a citizen who chooses not to comply with this new directive will not be able to access the establishment concerned. However, the government wants the cooperation of citizens and merchants, who have responded very well to the imposition of measures by public health authorities since the start of the pandemic.
The Prime Minister also reiterated during his press briefing that private gatherings, whether inside or outside, must always be limited to a maximum of 10 people. "Homeowners who allow gatherings of more than 10 people are subject to fines. It is not true that we are going to put all of Quebec at risk because of a few parties, "he said.
Fight Coronavirus (COVID-19) by washing your hands
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spread from person to person through respiratory droplets if you touch contaminated objects or surfaces, and then touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.
To reduce the risk of getting this virus, proper hand hygiene is essential, it is not how many times you wash your hands, but how you do it.
It is not enough to rinse your hands quickly to remove all traces of the virus, your hands should be washed at least for 20 to 30 seconds, the same goes for hydroalcoholic solutions.
For total disinfection, here are the steps to follow:
Step 1: Moisten your hands and apply enough soap so that you can disinfect both hands.
Step 2: Rub your two palms vigorously.
Step 3: Soap the spaces between your fingers.
Step 4: Do not neglect the back of your hands, it is as important as the palm.
Step 5: Take the time to thoroughly soap your two thumbs.
Step 6: Wash your wrists for a thorough cleaning.
These tips could save your life, so prevention is better than cure.
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