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Eassons Transport Selects ISAAC as New Telematics Partner Data accuracy, ability to tap into third-party integrations drove Eassons’ decision ISAAC Instruments today announced it has partnered with Eassons Transport, a temperature-controlled hauling specialist started nearly 80 years ago, to install ISAAC’s...
Owner/Operator Saved from Drunk Driver – Awarded a New Ex-Guard Ex-Guard and Premier Truck Group of Salt Lake City assist driver to get back on the road after a tragedy was prevented. Des Moines, IA, May 16, 2024 – in late August...
The Canadian Freight Industry: Strong Foundations and Future Growth The 2024 April Freight Index is now available for immediate release. This data includes all domestic, cross-border, and interstate data submitted by Loadlink customers, and accurately measures trends in the Canadian...
E-Bulletin May 21/2024 CBP, CBSA to conduct NEXUS Enrollment Event in Blaine Release Date Mon, 05/20/2024 BLAINE, Wash. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) would like to announce dates for an upcoming NEXUS enrollment...
Training costs are a significant expense: both for employers and workers alike. However, it’s important to see these costs as an investment in the future of the individual and the organization(s) for which they will work. Afterall, there are many...
Commonly Missed Items from Airbrakes Inspections One of the most critical systems to inspect during driver vehicle inspection is the airbrakes system. While this is a complicated system, all tractor-trailer licence holders have to take an airbrakes course to get...
Canada is a country of extremes, and the Western provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba embody this truth. From weather to terrain, the West has no shortages of challenges for the professional truck driver. It also has no...
The HDVE Program is greatly contributing toward sustainability efforts within BC’s trucking industry, leading to significant environmental benefits. Through its fuel management course and rebates, the program has successfully facilitated the adoption of cleaner, more fuel-efficient technologies and practices...
Ever seen a sign that says something like “road restrictions”, “road ban”, or something indicating the maximum axle weight or percentage? While these signs may look and read differently, they all discuss the same thing: road bans. Road bans is...
There’s a saying in Western Canada: “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes!” Sure, summers are hot and winters are cold and snow isn’t as likely in July as it is in February. But, this doesn’t mean that...