TORONTO, Ont. – Paper logbooks are giving way to electronic logging devices (ELDs), the data from telematics systems is being used to rethink longstanding route plans, and a new generation of workers continues to challenge the status quo. Three fleet executives share insights into how they tackle changes like these and more.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. – Kimberly Biback was new to the trucking industry when she attended her first annual meeting of the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC). But a year later, the corporate relations and marketing specialist with Sharp […]
TORONTO, ON – What exactly is leadership in the modern office environment? Hint. It may not involve a leader at all.
TORONTO, ON — It is an exciting time in the trucking industry. Our generation is learning so much about this business from the previous -generation, but they too are learning from us. You will read about young people who have the energy, technology-smarts and fresh ideas to change the way we do business. After reading this year’s 20 under 40, you will be assured that the future of our industry is in good hands. Something tells me that trucking may already be in my one-year-old son’s blood. When I ask him to back up so I can put his shoes on – he moves backwards while saying “Beep … beep … beep.” Should he choose to join this business and be a part of Today’s Trucking’s 20 Under 40 in year 2039, I could not be more proud.
TORONTO- Today’s Trucking presents trucking’s Team Canada: 2014-version. They’re fast thinkers, good hearted, young and ready to make the tough decisions.
TORONTO – Would you like to play a bigger role with your company, maybe even leading it one day, and do you believe your ideas can help shape its future?
If so, mark your calendar, because the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) has an event in less months to provide up-and-coming managers and executives an exclusive chance to hear from those who already answered those questions and made their way to the top of the trucking industry.
TORONTO – Have you got the empty driver seat blues? Thinking of hiring more women? Then listen up: women in Canada’s trucking industry have gotten together and launched the first-ever Women with Drive Leadership Summit.
TORONTO- Truck maker Paccar has named Brad Bowering, Peterbilt’s national accounts manager for Canada.