Wally Horodnyk, the founder of TFX International, specializes in hauling luxury autos — and the business was anchored in his love for cars.
Linda Young is Bison’s vice-president of human resources and people development, and also serves as chairwoman of Trucking HR Canada.
Rolf VanderZwaag, president of Techni-Com, is widely recognized as one of Canada’s leading voices on technical training in trucking.
Shelley Uvanile-Hesch is a woman onr a mission as the CEO and founder of the grassroots Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada.
Andrea Morley is the lead nutritionist and health coach with Healthy Trucker, an organization dedicated to providing health and fitness advice to truckers.
The future of trucking is smart, and drivers will be along for more than just a ride. So says Sandeep Kar, Fleet Complete’s chief strategy officer and longtime analyst of the trucking business.
Gino Desrosiers of the SAAQ says social media can be a powerful force, but managing the message requires a personal voice rather than a bureaucratic one.
Jacques DeLarochellière, president and founder of Isaac Instruments, understands the power of data and how it can transform a fleet.
David Coletto, the CEO of Abacus Data, believes his generation is a perfect fit for the trucking industry. Are you ready for millennials?
Marc Bedard, the president of Lion Electric, is ready to challenge established truck OEMs in the race for electric trucks.
The latest evolution in engine oil gave birth to a pair of categories – CK-4 and a fuel-efficient FA-4. Each delivers unique features and benefits.
An oil analysis doesn’t always bring bad news about coming catastrophes. In fact, it might just confirm that your truck is working as it should.
Oil changes have evolved in many ways, the most obvious probably being the oil drain intervals associated with advances in refining and additives chemistry.
Owning a truck telematics system is the first step toward putting valuable data to good use, but you may need some coaching to make the most of your investment.
Thanks to government mandates in the U.S. and soon Canada, electronic logging devices (ELDs) have been one of the most talked about aspects of the trucking industry for the past several years.