PLYMOUTH, NS – The largest network of heavy vehicle repair shops in Canada is adding one more location.
TURO, NS – The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) is bringing its half-day cross-country educational sessions to Atlantic Canada.
Partnering with Trucking Human Resources Sector Council Atlantic, the group will be hosting the regional session as part of its educational tour of the country, Oct. 12.
COLEMAN, PEI – Trout River Industries and Valley Equipment Ltd. have partnered in a deal that will see Valley Equipment and its sister locations become full-service dealers for the live-bottom trailer manufacturer.
Valley Equipment, along with Northeast Truck & Trailer Inc. announced they will be the dealer for Trout River Industries for Atlantic Canada.
DIEPPE, NB – New Brunswick’s 2015-2016 budget will hit Atlantic truckers’ pocketbooks with a 2.3-percent tax hike on diesel.
SAINT JOHN, N.B.- Truckers in Atlantic Canada are concerned the replacement ferry on the Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia route won’t be able to handle commercial traffic on the route.
TRURO, NS – Nine trucking companies from Atlantic Canada got the Employer of Choice award from Trucking Human Resource Sector Council.
DIEPPE, NB – Atlantic Canada’s truckers will pay more for ferry service to Newfoundland and Labrador as of April 1, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association has announced.
DIEPPE, NB – There’s a new rule in New Brunswick that owners of all imported vehicles must pay an additional fee per each tire on their vehicle.
DARTMOUTH, NS – Parts for Trucks, a distributor of parts for heavy duty trucks and trailers, has re-located its Moncton store to a new building in the West Moncton Industrial Park.
FREDERICTON, NB – It looks like the Trans-Canada Highway will be completely twinned from the Quebec border to the Nova Scotia border in 2014.
MONCTON, NB – Christian relief group, Samaritan’s Purse is stationing a tractor-trailer relief unit in Moncton to respond to natural disasters in Atlantic Canada.
Dieppe, NB – Members of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA) get more health benefits and insurance options through the association.
TORONTO, ON – Jean-Marc Picard, executive director of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA), has joined Trucking HR Canada’s Board of Directors today. He’s replacing Bob Dolyniuk, who is retiring as executive director of the Manitoba Trucking Association.
GRAND FALLS, NB- New Brunswick’s provincial government is giving $425,000 to create a province-wide truck driving program and ease the driver shortage in Atlantic Canada.
DARTMOUTH, NS- Atlantic Canada International truck dealership, East Coast International Trucks (ECI), has switched ownership.