YOUR PAL: More Trucker's Pal kiosks are being installed in truck stops across Canada.
EDMONTON, Alta. – Trucker’s Pal president Dave Fenn has announced the e-mail and fax kiosks will be added to more truck stops right across Canada.
The kiosks are already available at the Antrim Truck Centre in Arnprior, 10 Acre Truck Stop in Belleville, Ont. and the Flying “M” Truck Stop in London, Ont. Fenn says the company is in talks with a major chain that would see the kiosks installed in eight more truck stops along the 400-series highways and the QEW. Meanwhile, Petro-Canada truck stops in Winnipeg (Deacons Corners), Calgary (Blackfoot), Kamloops and Chilliwack have agreed to carry the kiosks, which allow truckers to access e-mail, scan documents and fax them and search for valuable information. The company is also expanding into the Maritimes with a kiosk at Murray’s Esso in Woodstock, N.B. slated to open in April. The company is also planning to add a kiosk near St. Stephen, N.B.
Trucker’s Pal kiosks are located in truck stops on direct routes to Canada-U.S. border crossings. Drivers and trucking companies complying with the U.S. one-hour border pre-notification rule can directly benefit by electronically sending their documents via Truckers Pal kiosks to designated customs brokers.
Trucker’s Pal users purchase a Scancard which is available through participating truck stops or Trucker’s Pal itself.
For information call 1-780-482-6651.
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