Friday, May 24, 2019
For the 93rd time in the Ontario Trucking Association’s proud history, trucking’s top business leaders and executives will converge in Toronto to network, get inspired and celebrate the industry. Registration will open June 15 for the OTA’s Executive Conference on November...
MTO has posted a progression of proposition to the Regulatory Register to address mechanical headways in vehicle gear and parts just as further fitting Ontario's loads and measurements routine with neighboring purviews. "OTA has worked in close interview with...
The Manitoba Trucking Association's (MTA) recently framed instruction gathering is scanning for individuals to help steer the exertion the correct way. Supporting the structure, advancement, and usage of an instructive program went for making the MTA a chief preparing...
The eventual fate of business vehicles is battery-electric, Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) pioneer Roger Nielsen said amid a keynote discourse at ACT Expo. The organization is focused on putting about 50 battery-electric test vehicles on U.S. streets before...
The most recent report from the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) is featuring meeting patterns from online business to zap that could prompt development in territorial pulling exercises.  "On the off chance that you request that the...
Market conditions for trucking companies continued to sour in February, according to FTR’s monthly Trucking Conditions Index. The index fell to its lowest reading since August 2017, reflecting weaker economics surrounding freight volume and the rate environment for carriers, ...
In a recent letter to the Ontario Provincial Police, Ministry of Transportation and the Ontario Police Commercial Vehicle Committee (representing regional and municipal police forces), OTA highlighted ways like-minded safety stakeholders can work to make Ontario roads even safer by adding efficiencies to...
WorkSafeBC wants truck drivers to be safe, and has released a new video series and information sheets to help them do just that. According to WorkSafeBC, the truck driver occupation in B.C. had more than 20,700 time-loss injury claims and...
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling more than 3,000 Freightliner Cascadia tractors over a potential issue with an optional steering wheel air bag, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documents. The recall affects approximately 3,365 model year 2018-2020...
After 2018's electronic logging gadget order introduced another time of perceivability of long periods of-administration consistence, 2019 will be a period of progress in regards to the utilization and implementation of ELDs and potential changes to HOS guidelines, said...



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