In wake of yesterday’s charges laid against the trucking company owner involved in the Humboldt Broncos bus collision, the Canadian Trucking Alliance is once again calling on regulators to implement the Alliance’s Ten-Point Action Plan
CTA is calling for government to include third-party certification in the upcoming mandatory electronic logging device (ELD) rule to ensure hours of service monitoring products used in the Canadian market cannot be compromised
With the pending legalization of cannabis just around the corner, CTA has conducted an impact analysis of potential issues Canadian carriers and truck drivers could face when cannabis legalization occurs on October 17.
Inbound Logistics’ exclusive annual survey of shippers and truckers, which attempts to map out find the industry’s most significant trends and challenges, reveals that finding a truck – and not paying too much more it – are the two biggest concerns for over-the-road shippers.
Ontario announced a consultation process to redesign a heavy truck emissions control program, including stronger road-side enforcement focused on anti-tampering regulations as well as potential incentives for purchases of trucking environmental equipment.
The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) was founded in 1926, and provides services and public policy advocacy for trucking companies hauling freight into, out of and within the Province of Ontario. OTA is the only trucking association in Ontario that represents all segments of the industry - for-hire carriers, private carriers, intermodal, suppliers, etc. » More...
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