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The government announced the beginning of a consultation process to redesign the heavy truck emissions control program, including stronger roadside enforcement focused on anti-tampering regulations. OTA’s comments to the government highlighted the high level of compliance currently in the trucking...
B.C's. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure declared it will bring down speed restricts on 15 segments of roadways that have demonstrated an uptick in speed-related impacts. A couple of studies – one by the commonplace government and another from the...
With 2018 being portrayed as one of the most grounded a very long time in history for trucking organizations, income reports from extensive traded on an open market transporters keep on indicating zooming income and benefits. Those increases proceeded in...
Inspectors in Canada and the U.S. stranded 14.1% of vehicles for brake-linked flaws from Sept. 16-22, known as Brake Safety Week. There were 35,080 commercial vehicle checks overall, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) reports. Brakes remain a top...
Pulling in recent college grads to the trucking business isn't outlandish, yet will probably be attracted to an organization and a job with reason. That was one of the determinations of a board exchange on drawing in twenty to thirty...
Both FTR and ACT Research announced requests for October outperforming 43,000 units for the eighth month consecutively. October 2018 requests were the tenth best ever; 2% over a solid September and 19% superior to a year back. Armadas keep...
The new line will be available at all Tallman and Tru-Nor dealership locations in Ontario. “The addition of the Doepker Industries hopper, steel end dump, steel flat deck and logger trailers complements our existing lineup of trailers very well and we...
Greenlots has reported it will team up with Volvo Trucks to convey charging framework for electric trucks working out of stockrooms in Southern California. This denotes the principal hard core armada charging venture originating from a noteworthy open private organization...
Trucking industry must take steps to draw more young people into trucking, including working harder with customers and the supply chain to provide basic human needs. There is a popular concept that if you pay, they will come, but much...
During an industry briefing in Mississauga, Federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, Patty Hajdu, drew straight from the Canadian Trucking Alliance’s arguments calling for a level the playing field by stopping some employers from misclassifying employees as a...

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