One of the many great things about the trucking industry is that it is one that takes care of its own. SLH Transport announced it is hosting a series of barbecues across the country to raise money for the families of two of its drivers, killed tragically when an oncoming vehicle ran into their truck on June 11.

Majid Moazam-Babasheikhali (who leaves behind a sister) and Ranbir Sandhawalia (who leaves behind a wife and two-year-old son) lost their lives in the wreck. “Both drivers will be deeply missed and our condolences go out to the families at this time,” said the company.

Barbecues are being held at seven locations across the country, with the proceeds going towards the families. The first event was held yesterday in Montreal. The rest will take place:


June 25, 2014

SLH Kingston (10am – 7pm)
1585 Centennial Drive
Kingston, ON
K7L 4V2

SLH Vaughan (10am – 7pm)
9601 Highway 50
Vaughan, ON
L4H 2B9

SLH London (10am – 7pm)
1095 Wilton Grove Road
London, ON
N6N 1C9

SLH Halifax  (10am – 7pm)
Atlantic Acres Business Park
347 Bluewater Road
Bedford, NS
B4B 1J7


June 27, 2014

SLH Calgary (10am – 7pm)
5500 Dufferin Blvd South East
Calgary, AB
T2C 4Y2

SLH Port Coquitlam (10am – 7pm)
1488 Coast Meridian Road
Port Coquitlam, BC
V3C 6P7

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James Menzies is editor of Today's Trucking. He has been covering the Canadian trucking industry for more than 20 years and holds a CDL. Reach him at or follow him on Twitter at @JamesMenzies.

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