Purolator Inc. is a Canadian courier that is 91% owned by Canada Post, 7% owned by Rainmaker Investments Ltd. and 2% by others.
The company was originally organized as Trans Canada Couriers, Ltd. In 1967, it was acquired by the US manufacturer of oil and air filters Purolator of Fayetteville, North Carolina—the name was originally an abbreviated form of "pure oil later". In 1987, the company returned to Canadian ownership. Although it retained the Purolator name, it has had no connection with the oil filter business since that time.
Purolator partners with UPS for deliveries outside Canada.
Cargojet operates Boeing 757 and Boeing 767 aircraft for Purolator.
Highest paying job titles at Purolator Courier include IT Infrastructure Engineer, Change Management Manager, and Software Engineer