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Ontario court ruling goes for brokers

TORONTO -- Ontario logistics companies and brokers must put payment in a trust for its transport carriers, regardless of where the contract was made or whether the service operator is based in the province,

Survey Says: Truckers keen on acquisitions

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- With the eye of the recessionary storm long past, carriers are showing more interest in acquisitions and mergers, according to a Business Expectation Survey by Transport Capital Partners.

Trucker beats speed limiter rap in Ontario

TORONTO -- A Gravenhurst, Ont. trucker has convinced a judge to toss out a ticket for not complying with the province's mandatory speed limiter rule.

Daimler Trucks ramps up production

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Daimler Trucks North America will recall 540 workers to three of its manufacturing facilities in North Carolina, the company announced.

Fleets more likely to track emissions

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. -- Trucking fleets are paying more attention to their emissions footprint than ever, according to an annual fleet managers survey conducted by PHH Arval.

Can-Am land trade keeps making gains

WASHINGTON -- U.S.-Canada surface transportation trade totaled $39.9 billion in April, 32.1 percent higher than April 2009.


In This Issue

A look at Ontario's mandatory out-of-service quotas (Yup. They exist.), by Rolf Lockwood. Plus, a special focus on drivers, from retention to training — including the best fleets to drive for. And Jim Park explains how to choose the engine displacement that's best for you. That and much more in the April issue of Today's Trucking.


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