PMTC inducts Hall of Fame drivers (August 01, 2005)
August 1, 2005
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. - The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada inducted three drivers into its Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers during its annual conference in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. Ju...
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. – The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada inducted three drivers into its Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers during its annual conference in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. June 17.
“Professional commercial truck drivers are not rare in this Country,” said PMTC President Bruce Richards. “But only a select few compile safe driving records of the caliber of the drivers in the PMTC – Cancom Tracking Hall of Fame. We are very grateful for the interest and support shown by Cancom Tracking that helps us sustain this Hall of Fame and celebrate the achievements of these drivers.”
The first inductee in 2005 was John Kloosterboer of Advantage Personnel, driving for the Hbc Logistics fleet.
The second inductee in 2005 was Frank Davis of Advantage Personnel, driving for Sunbury Transport
The third inductee in 2005 was Normand Beaudin, of Unique Personnel driving for Samuel Son and Company
The Hall of Fame is sponsored by Cancom Tracking and recognizes superior over the road performance by drivers whose companies are members of the PMTC. The concept for the Hall of Fame was to provide a more permanent recognition of their abilities that that afforded by an award in a single year.
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