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Tye Alexander
Minority Partner

Tye joined EPL in 2010. Wayne Galley founded EPL (Emergency Parts Logistics Inc.) in October 2009. EPL has a proud history of collaborating with First Nations communities, including a formal partnership with Emergency Parts Logistics, a majority-controlled First Nations company.

EPL is an industry leader, providing same-day deliveries of critical parts for the resource sector throughout North America, 24/7/365. To date, EPL has successfully delivered over 10,000 shipments throughout North America and this number continues to grow.

Starting out as a driver, then promoted to an account executive and global account manager with multi-national courier companies, Tye gained significant experience working closely with Fortune 500 companies internationally.

His primary focus is now on expanding Emergency Rush Logistics services by anticipating new opportunities, both domestically and globally.

Tye is active and engaged in the development of strategic partnerships with First Nations communities across Canada.

Tye has completed a Professional Canadian Selling Course, and Negotiation’s course.

Cody Lystiuk
Majority Partner

Cody is a member of the Mattawa/North-Bay Algonquin First Nation. Although from Ottawa, with family members part of and still living in the community, Cody has spent a lot of time over the course of his life in Mattawa.

Cody has a background in various trade industries, and management and has a strong work ethic and approach when dealing with a diverse range of issues and clients. This ensures that quality control standards and satisfaction are always met on all ends.

More recently, he has completed different Indigenous programs at the University of Alberta. He has also participated and completed an Indigenous entrepreneurship program with Sprott Business School at Carleton University.

Cody is eager to continue looking for new opportunities to improve the quality of life for the Algonquin First Nation and other indigenous communities across Canada.