About DTI Logistics

Our History

The company began in 1995 as DTI Diversified located in Kitchener Ontario on Victoria Street in the old A-1 Storage building (which eventually became part of MTD). In 1997, the company moved to New Hamburg, Ontario; a town located in Wilmot Township and well-known for its Heritage Water Wheel landmark that’s the centrepiece of a three-park riverfront system.

In 2012, the organization was restructured as DTI Logistics Inc. and re-located in 2014 to St. Clements, Ontario; a tight-knit community that’s part of Wellesley Township. The company immediately embraced its new surroundings and quickly became a welcomed addition to the community as a thriving business with exceptional service and a proud supporter of local fundraising initiatives.

Over the years, DTI has built a well-known reputation as a leading logistics provider. Through knowledgeable, friendly staff, proven performance, hard work and a commitment to long-term customer relationships, DTI continues to work with clients who have been with them since the very beginning. This is a true testament to the company’s abilities and exceptional customer service standards and the reason it is poised for ongoing success and future growth.

What Customers Are Saying

"Great communication and very friendly. Because I always know where my shipment is, I can answer MY customer’s questions better." — Andrea (Traffic Coordinator, Farming and Agriculture)
"DTI does what they say they will do. This is extremely important in our line of business." — Janet (Managing Partner, International Relocating)
"Quick quotes, friendly service, helpful updates and confirmations. DTI is the only one that provides these." — Ryan (Logistics Coordinator, Industrial Attachments)
"They take on your load like it was their own. They’re reliable and never drop the ball." — Dawn (Senior Traffic Coordinator, Moving and Relocating)
"We matter to DTI." — Ian (Logistics Coordinator, Pneumatic Systems Manufacture)

Giving Back to the Community

DTI Logistics is strongly committed to supporting the local community it's part of. Over the years, it has contributed to a variety of charities such as ROOF, Anselma House, Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region and more.

For the last five years, the company has sponsored a family each Christmas through Sertoma (Service to Mankind Canada) by purchasing a $1,000 in gifts, toys, clothing, diapers, toiletries, food and more to make the holidays a special time for those less fortunate.

For the last two years, DTI has also supported the annual Tree of Light campaign in St. Clements; a fundraiser spearheaded by the Paradise and District Lions Club. Each year, businesses, organizations and individuals purchase bulbs to light a 46-foot towering pine that boasts 3,850 white lights. Over the past seven years, the Lions Club has raised nearly $30,000 for community projects and local organizations such as the Heidelberg Park Pavilion renovations, St. Clement Catholic School and Preschool, local library, Dog Guide program, local hospitals, The Arthritis society, The Cystinosis Awareness and Research effort, and Innisfree House.