Roderick V(Vic) MacCosham takes his $20,000 inheritance west to Alberta.
Roderick V (Vic) MacCosham uses his inheritance to purchase a warehouse at 109 Street and 103 Avenue in Edmonton, Alberta.
MacCosham goes after the railroads for shipping and storage contracts.
Restricted to local hauls by the limited abilities of horse-drawn drays, the company focused on warehousing and distribution.
Maccosham starts to use motor trucks to transport freight, hauling everything from hardware to cornflakes.
MacCosham starts using International Harvester trucks to deliver of larger payload, greater distances.
Expands its household moving operations into Saskatchewan.
R.V. MacCosham retires, agrees to let his 15 managers have the company through a form of leveraged buy-out.
Opening of an office in Kingston, Ontario.
Trans-Canada Highway officially opens, allowing transportation systems to travel through all ten provinces of Canada between its Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean coasts to the west and east respectively.
MacCosham International Ltd. is formed to supply brokerage and forwarding services to offshore orders from both of its divisions. A solid and diversified account base is formed to support a growing distribution system.
MacCosham creates a successful national sales arm by joining forces with four long-established warehouse companies in Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, and Halifax.
14 more branches brought on line in the Maritimes, Ontario, and B.C., for a total of 37 outlets.
Merge with Burnham Service Corporation, through this merger, MacCosham found a way to double the size of its operations and become one of the largest distribution networks in North America.
MacCosham Van Lines turns 75.
MacCosham is the selected International mover for Canadian federal government moves.
MacCosham is selected as the Logistics’ Provider to the G-8 Summit in Kananaskis.
MacCosham is a selected Logistic provider to the Horizon Energy Project in Alberta.
MacCosham operating in 100 years of business.