INTERNIC MOVING SERVICES

The Internic Moving Services business model is a of the future by its ability to stay at the forefront of the industry thanks to its ability to expand into new territories, as well as by its desire to change the industry and satisfy its customers. Its name inspires confidence in the world through its professionalism, its solid background and the quality of its services.

Creation of Transcité: Born in July 1985 in Saint-Michel (Qc) Within a few years, the company already had a 15,000 sq.ft. warehouse and a fleet of 12 trucks, as well as 70 employees.

Creation of transport Royal: Thanks to a new partner, Jacques Monier quickly understands that demand is growing, but that the competition isn’t particularly strong. So in 1988, they decided to create Royal Transport.

Creation of Eurotransport: In 1988, experiencing exponential growth and carrying out more than 5,000 moves, Jacques Monier decided to create Eurotransport to conquer the European market.

Creation of Transport Amérique: In 1991, after two crises in Canada, Jacques Monier decided to shake things up and create a new entity.

Creation of TCVL: In 1991, working as a Van Lines agent, Jacques Monier quickly understood the importance of offering impeccable service with less centralization, while offering competitive prices.

Creation of autotransport 2000: While the vehicle transport market is booming, Jacques Monier decides to create another division for the transport of vehicles.

Acquisition of Intraglobe: In 2010, Jacques Monier decided to focus on the French-speaking market (France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg) by acquiring Intraglobe.

Acquisition of Europack: In 2012, experiencing continued growth, Jacques Monier decided to acquire Europack, an international moving company in Canada in order to satisfy the international market with more than 150 countries served.

Creation of Internic packing services: In 2015, Jacques Monier decided to create a specialized packaging division in order to offer a turnkey service.

Acquisition of Brytor International Moving :  Jacques Monier acquires Brytor in order to satisfy corporate and VIP customers.

Brytor International Moving IMS

Brytor International Moving is more than an international moving company: It’s a story we’ve been writing for over 50 years!

It was in 1964 that Brytor International Moving was founded by Bryan and Victor. The company quickly became the oldest mover in Canada, specializing in international move.

In 1976, Brytor became one of the eight founding members of the Canadian Overseas Movers Association. The company also becomes one of the first affiliate members of FIDI.

In 1988, Brytor International Moving was sold to an alliance between Michael Rathbone and J.B. Baillargeon.

In 1993, Michael put an end to the alliance with Baillargeon. Harry Bilchik joins Brytor as Vice President and Associate Officer.

In 1998, Brytor International Moving is proud to hold FAIM accreditation since the inception of the program.

Acquisition of Brytor International Moving :  Jacques Monier acquires Brytor in order to satisfy corporate and VIP customers.

Internic Moving services

The Internic movig services business model is a model of the future by its ability to stay at the forefront of the industry thanks to its ability to expand into new territories, as well as by its desire to change the industry and satisfy its customers. Its name inspires confidence in the world through its professionalism, its solid background and the quality of its services.

Brytor International Moving

Brytor International Moving is more than an international moving company: It’s a story we’ve been writing for over 50 years. 

Creation of Transcité: Transcité born in July 1985 in Saint-Michel (QC). Within a few years, the company already had a 15,000 sq.ft. warehouse and a fleet of 12 trucks, as well as 70 employees.

it was in 1964 that Brytor International Moving was founded by Bryan and Victor. The company quickly became the oldest mover in Canada, specializing in international move.

Creation of transport Royal: Thanks to a new partner, Jacques Monier quickly understands that demand is growing, but that the competition isn’t particularly strong. So in 1988, they decided to create Royal Transport.

In 1976 Brytor became one of the eight founding members of the Canadian Overseas Movers Association. The company also becomes one of the first affiliate members of FIDI.

Creation of Eurotransport: In 1988, experiencing exponential growth and carrying out more than 5,000 moves, Jacques Monier decided to create Eurotransport to conquer the European market.

In 1988 Brytor International Moving was sold to an alliance between Michael Rathbone and J.B. Baillargeon.

Creation of Transport Amérique: In 1991, after two crises in canada, Jacques Monier decided to shake things up and create a new entity.

In 1992, Brytor put an end to the alliance with Baillargeon. Harry Bilchik joins Brytor as Vice President and Associate Officer.

Creation of TCVL: In 1991, working as a Van Lines agent, Jacques Monier quickly understood the importance of offering impeccable service with less centralization, while offering competitive prices.

In 1998, Brytor International Moving is proud to hold FAIM accreditation since the inception of the program.

Creation of autotransport 2000: While the vehicle transport market is booming, Jacques Monier decides to create another division for the transport of vehicles.

Acquisition de Brytor International Moving :  Jacques Monier acquires Brytor in order to satisfy corporate and VIP customers.

Acquisition of Intraglobe: In 2010, Jacques Monier decided to focus on the French-speaking market (France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg) by acquiring Intraglobe.

Acquisition of Europack: In 2012, experiencing continued growth, Jacques Monier decided to acquire Europack, an international moving company in Canada in order to satisfy the international market with more than 150 countries served.

Creation of Internic packing services: In 2015, Jacques Monier decided to create a specialized packing division in order to offer a turnkey service.

Acquisition of Brytor International Moving :  Jacques Monier acquires Brytor in order to satisfy corporate and VIP customers.