MARKHAM, Ont. — CarriersEdge, a provider of online driver improvement solutions, today announced the addition of eCompliance as a sponsor for the 2013 Best Fleets to Drive For Seminar Series.
Best Fleets to Drive For is an annual survey and contest conducted by the Truckload Carriers Association and CarriersEdge. It identifies the North American for-hire trucking companies that provide the best workplace experiences for company drivers and owner-operators. Nominated fleets are evaluated on the range and depth of programs being offered, the overall effectiveness of those programs across key metrics, and the responses of surveyed drivers. Fleets with the best overall scores are named Best Fleets to Drive For.
The Best Fleets to Drive For Seminar Series presents data collected during that process, including industry trends, innovative programs, and case studies of winning fleets. Now in its fifth year, the 2013 tour will be stopping in 13 cities across Canada.
“The Best Fleets to Drive For demonstrate some exceptional management and development programs”, said Adrian Bartha, CEO of eCompliance.
“We believe fleets will gain useful information from these seminars and we’re very excited to be a part of it.”
“As a free program, the Best Fleets to Drive For Seminar Series relies on sponsor support”, added Mark. “eCompliance has a number of solutions that align nicely with the best practices being shared during the seminars and we’re very happy to have them on board.”
Dates and Locations
May 7 – Winnipeg, MB
May 9 – Saskatoon, SK
May 13 – Edmonton, AB
May 14 – Calgary, AB
May 15 – Vancouver, BC
May 28 – London, ON
May 29 – Toronto, ON
May 30 – Ottawa, ON
June 4 – Kitchener, ON
June 5 – Montreal, QC
June 6 – Moncton, NB
June 11 – Windsor, ON
June 13 – Regina , SK
All seminars will run from 9:00am – noon, with refreshments provided. Admission is free, but advance registration is required.
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