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Chambly, October 23, 2018 – Since its creation in 1978, the Kriska Transportation Group has focused on innovation to emerge as a specialist in truckload transportation in the United States, Ontario and Quebec. It is in this spirit that Kriska...
Starting Oct. 1, the majority of B.C. highways, particularly mountain passes, require truck drivers to carry chains, while passenger vehicles must have winter tires. WorkSafeBC is a member of the WDA, and Darrin McCaskill, director of programs, projects, and initiatives,...
Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) president Chris Nash trusts organizations that don't grasp assorted variety and comprehensiveness will before long battle to discover ability. "Assorted variety will bring more thoughts and movement," Nash said amid the Women Building Futures...
Decent variety and consideration go as an inseparable unit in the work environment, yet don't be tricked into trusting they are one in the equivalent. Exchanges ventures, including trucking, have been hoping to differentiate their workforces for an assortment of...
Fleets went further between roadside breakdowns in the second quarter, yet encountered an expansion in tire disappointments because of sweltering climate. Those were two or three discoveries from a FleetNet America benchmarking study finished with the Technology and Maintenance...
Collecting data from current truck technologies is more than improving a carrier’s bottom line, it’s about helping drivers be the best they can be. Derek Tate, leader of Enpact Group and previous driver, addressed Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) Safety...
The U.S. Division of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reported a last administer reconsidering government directions allowing people with a steady insulin regimen and appropriately controlled insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (ITDM) to be fit the bill to work...
The FMCSA has started a rulemaking procedure that conceivably could change current long periods of-benefit controls, as per Fleet Owner. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reported a month ago that it has started a rulemaking procedure that conceivably could...
A new California law would hold retailers partly liable for working with port trucking companies that have unpaid judgements related to driver misclassification lawsuits or other related labor violations. The bill, SB 1402, makes retailers jointly liable for violations of...
It’s going to take approximately $20,000 and a few more days to fix Princeton’s Brown Bridge, according to municipal infrastructure director Jamie Umpleby. But there’s no telling how long it will take to repair the feelings of some residents,...

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