PMTC seeking nominees for three awards programs

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KING CITY, Ont. — The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada is once again searching for nominees for its three awards programs. The PMTC will be teaming up with its member companies to celebrate the best in graphics design, driver performance and fleet safety.

The 2012 awards program includes:

PMTC and 3M Vehicle Graphics Design Awards Competition
Co-sponsored by 3M Canada’s commercial graphics division, the Vehicle Graphics Design Awards recognize fleet operators and graphic design companies who graphically enhance their vehicles. The competition is open to all Canadian fleet operators. Awards are presented in seven categories: Tractor Trailer Combination; Straight Truck; Special Events/Promotion; Night-Time Safety, Light Duty Commercial Truck, Human Interest, and Fleet Identity Graphics.

PMTC and Huron Services Group Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers
The Hall recognizes superior over the road performance of drivers employed by PMTC members.

PMTC and Zurich Private Fleet Safety Awards
The Private Fleet Safety Awards program was created by Zurich and the PMTC to encourage improved road safety for the general public and promote best practices in private fleet safety management, according to the companies. The awards recognize the private truck fleets most committed to safety improvement, especially where they exceed National Safety Code requirements. The competition is open to all Canadian private truck fleets (PMTC membership is not a requirement).

The winners of the three awards programs will be announced at PMTC’s Annual Conference at the Kingbridge Conference Centre and Institute in King City June 20-21. For more information or to submit an entry, visit

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