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Quality Carriers Expands Houston Operations

Bulk chemical hauler Quality Carriers has expanded its operations in the Houston area due to increasing business from the natural gas sector. &quot... Read More

Settlement Reached Between California Port Truckers and Fleet

Port truck drivers for Pacific 9 Transportation in California have settled their difference against their carrier in labor dispute, giving them employ... Read More

Port Metro Vancouver: truck drivers vow to continue strike

Striking container truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver are vowing not to return to work, after the port and B.C. government issued new ultimatums on... Read More

DOT: US Speed Limiter Rule Could Come This Year

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has indicated it plans to produce a rule requiring the use of speed limiters in heavy trucks this year... Read More

Canadian Truckers Support IBC Program Aimed at Cargo Crime Prevention

The Canadian Trucking Alliance and Insurance Bureau of Canada announced today an expansion of the joint CTA-IBC reporting  form. In yet another s... Read More

Schneider Rolls Out New Logo

GREEN BAY, Wis. – The calling card of North America’s premier provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services is getting a new lo... Read More

Ryder Partners with Women in Trucking to Develop Female-Friendly Vehicle Designs

To respond to the increasing number of women choosing careers as professional truck drivers and to inspire more women to consider the transportation i... Read More

Port Metro Vancouver pickets joined by unionized truckers

Up to 400 unionized truck drivers have joined non-unionized truckers at protests outside Port Metro Vancouver container terminals after their union vo... Read More

Westcan Bulk Transport Celebrates 50 Years

Westcan Bulk Transport, one of Western Canada’s largest haulers of liquid and dry bulk commodities and a division of RTL-Westcan, is proud to be... Read More

Ready\'s presence calms trucking dispute

More than 1,000 non-union drivers stopped work on Feb. 26 to protest lengthy waiting times to load or drop off containers at Metro Vancouver\'s four t... Read More