VANCOUVER, B.C. – In an effort to get half its Canadian fleet on alternative fuels by the end of the year, UPS Canada has opened its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in the country.
LANGLEY, BC – The British Columbia Trucking Association (BCTA) will begin the new year with a new president and Chief Executive Officer.
The association announced Dave Earle will assume the role on Jan. 8, 2018.
In the role he will be responsible for the overall management and direction of the provincial association, as well as promoting its interests and the interests of members with governments, the business community, and the public.
SURREY, BC – Today the British Columbia trucking family will say goodbye to one of their own.
Long-time friend and pillar of the community Kenneth John Tanner, 65, branch manager of the SAF-Holland Surrey, B.C. facility and sales representative for Western Canada and Alaska, passed away suddenly Oct. 15.
RICHMOND, BC – The Winter Driving Safety Alliance (WDSA) is urging drivers in British Columbia and everywhere to drive according to the weather conditions and go slow on the roads as Fall transitions into Winter.
The group made up of industry insiders in that province, including the Government of B.C., the Insurance Corporation of B.C., and WorkSafeBC, says the number of police-attended collisions due to driving too fast for the weather conditions doubles each year in December, compared with October from the same year.
COQUITLAM, BC – Commercial drivers traveling in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia could save up to $4,500 a year beginning September 1, with Premier John Horgan eliminating tolls on Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges.
DENVER, CO — A provider of an alternative traction device (ATD) for passenger and commercial vehicles announced that its use has now been granted approval in British Columbia.
LANGLEY, BC – The Trucking Safety Council of British Columbia has named Mark Donnelly as its new executive director.
OTTAWA, ON (October 5, 2015) – Trucking HR Canada is launching a new national seminar series to highlight best practices in human resources that can be adopted by fleets of every size.
DELTA, BC – The British Columbia government said Wednesday it will construct a new truck parking facility in Delta for commercial truckers traveling to the Lower Mainland. It will be built on provincial land on Nordel Way at Highway 91 in Delta, across from the Nordel commercial vehicle inspection facility. Site preparation will begin this fall and construction will start in spring 2016. When completed later in 2016, the truck parking facility will have room for up to 40 heavy trucks to park overnight. It will include lighting, washrooms, garbage cans and a sani-dump. This facility is the first of at least two new truck parking facilities in the Lower Mainland under the B.C. on the Move program, the province’s 10-year transportation plan.
VANCOUVER, BC – Trailer Wizards has expanded its facility in Delta, BC, giving it 13,500 square feet and featuring 24 bays while providing trailer rentals, leasing, service and parts under one roof.
LANGLEY, BC — Truck driver Kris Szigeti of Bandstra Transportation was named Grand Champion at the 2015 British Columbia Professional Truck Driving Championships on June 20, in Abbotsford, at Tradex, also known as the Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre.
LANGLEY — The British Columbia Trucking Association (BCTA) has named a Board of Directors for 2015- 2016 at the BCTA’s Annual General Meeting and Management Conference in Whistler, BC. Board Chairman Kevin Johnson of Coastal Pacific Xpress will remain on for the second year of his two-year term.
LANGLEY, B.C.,– If you use pilot cars in British Columbia, you have less than two weeks to speak your mind about the new guidelines that the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is drawing up.
VICTORIA, B.C. – Addressing the annual Truck Loggers Association convention yesterday, Premier Christy Clark says skilled workers still very much in demand.
Two new LNG liquefaction plans will open in Western Canada to service the on-road trucking market. One plant will be located in Vancouver, B.C., the other in Edmonton, Alberta.