RED DEER, Alta. - The first North America-wide livestock transportation association is starting to come together, under the guidance of humane transportation expert Tim O'Byrne.The Livestock Transport...
RED DEER, Alta. – The first North America-wide livestock transportation association is starting to come together, under the guidance of humane transportation expert Tim O’Byrne.
The Livestock Transport Association of North America (LTANA) has been registered in Alberta, and O’Byrne has set up a Web site at http://www.ltana.com/ to provide livestock haulers with information about the new group.
A number of partners have jumped on-board and shown their support, including the Alberta Motor Transport Association, the American Trucking Associations and the National Association of Professional Drivers.
Later this winter, a meeting will be held in Red Deer where a board will be formed and the direction of the association will be mapped out.
For more information about the fledgling association, call O’Byrne at 403-577-3266, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Web site for background information about the group.
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