Truck News

Product

CarriersEdge to offer ATBS business content online

MARKHAM, Ont. -- CarriersEdge and ATBS Canada have announced a partnership that will make ATBS's content available ...


MARKHAM, Ont. — CarriersEdge and ATBS Canada have announced a partnership that will make ATBS’s content available through the CarriersEdge driver development system.

CarriersEdge will create an online financial and business management course for owner/operators, based on content from ATBS Canada’s highly successful Owner-Operator Business Manual. Focusing specifically on topics of importance to owner/operators – such as managing fuel, maintenance, and insurance costs; maximizing revenue; and understanding various business structure and financing options – the course will be designed to serve both individual O/Os and the carriers they partner with.

As part of the deal, CarriersEdge will also provide copies of the ATBS Owner-Operator Business Manual to fleet customers signing up for its subscription service.

“Our fleet customers have been asking for more tools to help their owner/operators with business and financial management, said Mark Murrell, president of CarriersEdge. “ATBS Canada offers an outstanding set of services for O/Os and we’re very excited to have their expertise available through our system.”

“ATBS Canada is focused on helping owner/operators build strong businesses, added Ray Haight, CEO of ATBS Canada. “This online course will help them do exactly that, and we’re extremely pleased to be working with CarriersEdge to produce it.”

CarriersEdge subscription customers will automatically receive the ATBS Canada Business Management course as part of their subscriptions. Individual drivers, and CarriersEdge customers not currently part of the subscription program, can purchase the course separately.


Truck News

Truck News

Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry.
All posts by

Print this page
Related Articles
TruckNews
TodaysTrucking


Have your say:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*