TORONTO- The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) recommends that all provinces follow Ontario and Quebec’s lead in requiring a truck speed limit of no more than 105 kilometres an hour.
Canadian carriers are getting different requirements from one shipper to another for exactly the same food products because there’s no uniformity in preventive control plans for transportation.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance and federal government are asking themselves what to do about liability in incidents regarding the transport of dangerous goods.
OTTAWA – CTA says industry leaders need to show current and future drivers their commitment to solving labor issues.
OTTAWA — The Canadian Trucking Alliance has named the 2012 CTA/Volvo Trucks Canada National Truck Driver of the Year.
OTTAWA – Canadian truckers were fuming back in October when the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) temporarily suspended meat inspections. The CTA wants to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
TORONTO – They shipped more goods, drove more miles, used less fuel and emitted fewer greenhouse gasses, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
TORONTO – The latest task force in the truck industry’s loss prevention measures is revealed.
OTTAWA – New term, new executive committee for Trucking Alliance.