LONDON, Ont. – Driving For Profit: Best Practices from the Best Fleets, a full-day workshop put together by NAL Insurance and CarriersEdge, is only one week away.
“We are thrilled by the response of clients and prospects that will be attending this one day event. With only one week away, we had to open a second room to accommodate more attendees,” said Glenn Caldwell, vice-president of sales at NAL Insurance/Healthy Trucker.
The day’s focus will be geared towards discussing best practices uncovered during the 2016 Best Fleets to Drive For program, along with current issues in driver wellness and owner/operator contract compliance.
“The 2016 edition of Best Fleets to Drive For uncovered a wide range of simple but effective ideas for creating great workplaces and we’re looking forward to sharing them,” said Jane Jazrawy, CEO of CarriersEdge. “Driving for Profit has always done a great job of providing relevant, actionable information for fleet owners, and we’re excited to be working together for this event.”
“Since inception, Driving For Profit has been about helping fleets improve their bottom lines,” added Caldwell. “By partnering with Best Fleets to Drive For, we can expand that even further and showcase a great selection of proven program ideas.”
Thanks to the sponsorship of Dalton Timmis and TruckRight many fleets are going to receive complimentary passes to the event.
“This is the fifth time that Dalton Timmis has sponsored one of our events and we are happy to have their support again this year. Dalton understands the importance of providing valuable education to their clients and the transportation industry,” added Caldwell.
The joint seminar will take place June 1 at the Mississauga Grand in Mississauga, Ont. from 9 a.m. until 3:45 p.m. If you are a client of Dalton Timmis or TruckRight, a complimentary pass to the event is available.
Tickets are available at www.drivingforprofit.com for $199. Complimentary passes will be provided to NAL Insurance and CarriersEdge customers, and Best Fleets to Drive For participants.
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