WINNIPEG, Man. — Terry Shaw, the executive director of the Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA), isn’t a truck driver by trade. But he’s playing a key role in shaping the future of those who sit behind the wheel in Canada’s centermost province.
REGINA, Sask. – Saskatchewan is joining Manitoba in a move to mandate training for entry-level truck drivers, following the bus and truck crash in Humboldt that killed 16.
WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) honored its best and brightest this weekend with its Fall Gala Awards Dinner.
Surrounded by food, fun, and good company, the MTA recognized not one, but two members who have spent their lives in service to the trucking industry by changing the name of the Service to Industry award to the Red Coleman Service to Industry Award. Going forward the award will be sponsored by the Coleman family and bare the name of the senior Coleman who has been in trucking nearly 70 years.
WINNIPEG, MB – Human Resources (HR) departments that want to recruit and retain millennial-aged workers may want to refocus their traditional strategies as they compete for the increasingly valuable pool of employees.
WINNIPEG, MB – Technology is often developed to make a process simpler, more efficient or safer, but staying up to date with the trucking industry’s latest advancements can often leave carriers frustrated. As technology continues to rapidly develop, fleets have to educate themselves on new technological capabilities but also look deeper into what the technology will do for their company.
WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) has unveiled its latest board of directors, following its latest Annual General Meeting.
WINNIPEG, MB — Manitoba Infrastructure will be working with the Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) over the next two weeks to establish an interim policy for the province’s Carrier Profile System (CPS) and safety ratings — and address an existing model that has reportedly caused Manitoba fleets to lose business opportunities.
WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Trucking Association spent hosted its Fall Awards Gala over the weekend, where it celebrated accomplishments and excellence in the province’s trucking industry over 2016.
WINNIPEG, MB – Manitoba Infrastructure is revising the number of trips allotted under Rocky Mountain Double permits for Provincial Trunk Highway 6 (PTH 6), the Manitoba Trucking Association has reported.
WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Trucking Association is calling on its members to help highlight the province’s trucking industry in a special display to be featured in its renovated offices.
WINNIPEG, MB – Renovations are underway at the Manitoba Trucking Association office, where an addition is set to be added to the 25 Bunting St. building.
SASKATOON — While Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s vow to cut the diesel tax is a step in the right direction, consumers are unlikely to see any difference at the retail level.
WRONG LAKE, Man. — As the winter road season in Manitoba was cut short, so was the trek home for a number of truckers.
WINNIPEG — It’s becoming an increasing trend across Canada and it seems Manitoba will be the next province to crackdown on cell phone use by the motoring public.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Trucking Association will be awarding $8,000 in scholarships and awards to deserving young people in 2010.