Over the last three decades, Laberge Transport has grown steadily. In the mid 1980s, it was a small company with a single two-platform truck. By the early 1990s, it had invested in growing its fleet to include a specialized truck for transporting up to nine vehicles. By the end of the 1990s, that fleet grew to eight trucks and its first Cottrell trailer.
In 2003, Richard Laberge purchased the family business from his father, André Laberge. The company grew again throughout that decade, landing its first contract in 2006 with an automotive manufacturer to transport new cars. As a leader in transportation excellence, Laberge also adopted important new technology. In 2007, Transport Laberge invested in a new method for securing vehicles to its fleet, opting for less disruptive belt fasteners in place of the chains that were previously attached to the underbody of each car.