The Canadian Trucking Alliance reiterated five important industry positions that would improve the safety, diversify and expand labour opportunities in trucking, cut down on the trucking industry’s environmental footprint and boost competitiveness by cracking down on non-compliant carriers, among other policies.
By: David Bradley The 2017 budget will likely be tabled sometime in February or March. The focus of CTA’s submission this year is on GHG-reduction. The industry wants to transition to lower carbon heavy trucks, trailers and fuel. Why wouldn’t it? Diesel is the second largest component of operating costs. But, there are significant obstacles […]
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