TORONTO, Ont. - With Quebec and Ontario closing in on harmonized weights and dimensions, an information session explaining the expected new rules will be presented by the Ontario Trucking Association ...
FUELING CONCERNS: The cost of fuel will continue to be a key problem for the trucking industry in 2001.(File photo)
TORONTO, Ont. – With Quebec and Ontario closing in on harmonized weights and dimensions, an information session explaining the expected new rules will be presented by the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA).
The half-day seminar will run from 9:30 a.m. until noon at the Regal Constellation Hotel (900 Dixon Road), in the Greater Toronto Area on Dec. 11.
The informative discussion has been designed for presidents, corporate officers, equipment buyers and other senior managers to help them better understand the changes expected to occur in legislation covering vehicle configurations as of Jan. 1, 2001.
While carriers have been warned not to make final capital investment decision until the legislation is passed, transport companies planning their 2001 equipment purchases need to know what vehicle configurations the new legislation will allow.
The cost to attend is $100 for OTA members and $200 for non-members. For more information or to register, call 416-249-7401. n
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