The Commercial Vehicle Safety Administration (CVSA) will hold Roadcheck 2021 on May 19-19, 2022. This year, Roadcheck will focus on wheel ends which include the wheels, rims, hubs, and tires on a commercial motor vehicle.
Are you looking for an opportunity to use your self-motivated passion and talent for equipment repair in a profitable and entrepreneurial business?
We are seeking a team member that takes initiative, is committed to providing excellent customer service and has the drive to provide innovative solutions to achieve one common goal. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, our Apprentice Trailer Technician completes preventative maintenance and repairs on our fleet in a timely and efficient manner by diagnosing problems found during inspections & providing the correct repairs required.
Starting on Saturday, March 19, and running through until the first week of June, Mantiboa Spring Road restrictions will be in effect.
We can't say much about the weather in February but there was a lot happening in the industry news. So, if you've been too busy to catch all the industry news, don't worry - we have you covered!
Canada's trucking industry moves over 225 billion tonne-kilometers of freight intra-provincially, and over 10 million trucks are involved with trade with the US. From fuel to manufacturing to consumer goods and food - our day-to-day lives depend on the dedicated professionals in transportation and logistics.
Trucking can be hard on relationships, especially your marriage. Time away is difficult, and when you combine the time away with the usual pressures of family life, it's easy for trouble to start brewing. While trucking life presents challenges, there are ways to mitigate some common problems.
It's a new year but it feels like so much has happened already in 2022! I don't think that is unusual for this fast-paced industry. Let's take a look at some news that caught our eye but you might have missed.
Len Dubois Trucking is where you can earn a good living and enjoy life outside of the truck. We know the struggles of driving; that’s why we have created a driver-first company culture. We take pride in knowing that we have designed a professional atmosphere where our team’s safety is our top priority. We all work together for safety and customer satisfaction from our drivers, dispatch, operations, and maintenance departments.
We have new and regular clients - and we require owner-operators based out of Ontario. This is a great opportunity for safety-minded owner-operators to run regular lanes into the U.S. with quick turnarounds back to Ontario.