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In the wake of the sentencing of the truck driver who was charged in the Humboldt bus crash tragedy, the Canadian Trucking Alliance stands with the families, who in their victim impact statements called for more safety oversight and enforcement...
Leave, a startup meaning to build up a self-ruling retrofit framework for existing trucks, issued a report Wednesday recapping its 2018 advancement, of note featuring the 124,000 or more miles its vehicles worked in semi-self-governing mode. The organization likewise touted...
Changes to the Safety Fitness Certificate in Alberta are being implemented that may impact your business. The renewal of Safety Fitness Certificates is going to highlight the importance of carrier compliance and confidently engage more carriers to seek out compliance...
The ascent of web based business in the course of the most recent 20 years has set weight on the trucking business to alter its tasks and adjust to contracting conveyance windows and shorter pulls, as indicated by the most...
Preliminary North American Class 8 truck orders numbers from ACT Research hit just 15,800 units last month, down 26 percent from December and 68 percent from January 2018. ACT President and Senior Analyst Kenny Vieth says January’s performance was not wholly unexpected with near-record backlogs...
A gathering of scientists this month issued a write about the impacts of the electronic logging gadget order, and they achieved two principle ends: The utilization of ELDs has not diminished the rate of truck crashes, but rather the recurrence of...
The American Trucking Associations (ATA) invited U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks on foundation and exchange amid the previous evening's State of the Union location. "Today around evening time, President Trump required a national, bipartisan exertion to re-establish our nation's declining foundation –...
Canada's transportation pastors have focused on building up a national section level driver preparing standard by 2020 — one of a progression of trucking-related activities featured amid a gathering in Montreal. The objective was discharged as a major aspect of...
The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) urged the Thunder Bay City Council last night to consider postponing a ratification vote to create a new truck route until a detailed and comprehensive analysis of safety data and traffic flow impacts can be made.
Trimac Transportation has declared it has procured B&B/Bess Tank Lines, a family-run mass transportation organization with roots in Quebec and Alberta. B&B was established in 1976, and with Bess Tank Lines, works in excess of 110 tractors...




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