Friday, May 24, 2019
DIEPPE, N.B. – The area of New Brunswick has declared its carbon valuing model which will be in actuality in 2018. The program is a carbon impose that will be taken from the fuel and diesel assess set up today....
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) and the Quebec Trucking Association (QTA), presented a joint letter to U.S. Traditions and Border Protection (CBP) with respect to potential changes to the working hours at the Port of Beecher Falls, Vt. The letter...
B.C. could soon be the next province to announce a mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) program. According to the Insurance Corporation of B.C. (ICBC), it, along with the province’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Ministry of Public Safety and...
OTA was made mindful by MTO this week they will be pushing ahead with arranged changes to reestablishments and medicinal announcing for Class D licenses powerful July 1, 2018. It is normal that formal notice as a letter to each...
Talking at the NTEA's yearly Green Truck Summit, Wilfried Achenbach, Daimler Trucks North America's senior VP – designing and innovation, says diesel motors keep on being the business' "workhorse" because of their high torque, straightforwardness to refuel and long-life,...
DALLAS, Texas – Suncor has sold its Petro-Canada Lubricants business to US-based HollyFrontier for $1.125 billion.    The arrangement incorporates Petro-Canada's Mississauga oils plant, which is the biggest maker of base oils in Canada with 15,600 barrels for each day of...
The American Transportation Research Institute launched an online data collection to solicit commercial driver perspectives on a number of top industry issues. The driver feedback will be utilized in several ATRI studies focused on transportation infrastructure funding, the driver...
Despite what the Ontario Trucking Association says was a misguided decision by City of Thunder Bay council to approve a new truck route, OTA continues to try and sway decision makers into at least amending its plan. In a letter to Mayor Bill...
Not as much as a month before the electronic logging gadget order's underlying authorization due date of December 18, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has recorded a demand with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for a no less...
Truck convoys kept on moving through Western Canada this previous week in help of the oil and gas industry. In Estevan, Sask., around 450 trucks overwhelmed the avenues on Saturday, an escort sorted out by nearby transporter Bert Baxter Transport....



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