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Vancouver Port Truckers on Strike, BCTA Clash

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

LANGLEY, BC – A strike and protest by truckers at the Port Metro Vancouver turned from peaceful to aggressive, according to the Western Canadian Shippers’ Coalition (WCSC) and the BC Trucking Association (BCTA).

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Quebec Carrier Ranked Among Top Canadian Companies

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

VALLEYFIELD, QC – Quebec-based trucking company, Andy Transport, ranked 166 in the Canadian Business magazine’s PROFIT 500 list, which looks at revenue trends in the past five years of each company.

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Pete’s Blog&Grille: Never the Twain I’ll Meet

August 1, 2014 Peter Carter

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas only if you’re not a writer. Editor Peter Carter keeps no secrets from his trip to the heavy duty aftermarket week in Vegas where he met a tribute Shania Twain.

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Daimler’s Lampert Retires; Richard Howard Steps Up

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

PORTLAND, ORE — Daimler Trucks North America’s Mark Lampert is retiring and Richard Howard will be taking over the position, starting April 1.

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Ontario’s Towing Woes Leave Truckers on the Hook

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

The Ontario provincial government is looking to develop a province-wide system to oversee the heavy commercial towing sector.

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VOLVO’S VT 800 DAYCAB

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

With 625 hp for vocational applications

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Groeneveld Gets New Account Manager

December 3, 2013 by Martin Smith

DORVAL, QC-Groeneveld Quebec’s chairman and CEO, Jocelyn Malo, welcomes Francis (Frank) Bourbeau to the position of account manager for Eastern Quebec.