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  • ATRI seeking cost information for annual report

    May 16, 2018 10:33AM by Truck News

    ARLINGTON, Va. – The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) is compiling data for its annual Operational Costs of Trucking report, and its seeking input from fleets. The non-profit research organization is asking for information on driver pay, fuel costs, insurance premiums,

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    10 Ways to Cut Fuel Costs

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by ROAD TEST: CAT C15 ACERT

    Your drivers go slower but does your welder do his part too?

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    BREAKING NEWS: Highland operators say ‘yes’ to revised contract

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by Martin Smith

    TORONTO — Amid threats that their carrier company would be shuttered, unionized Highland Transport owner-operators have voted to accept a new contract that pays them less, among other concessions, todaystrucking.com has just learned.

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    Freight Costs Keep Going Up

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by Martin Smith

    Canadian shippers paid carriers 0.8 percent more for ground transportation in October than they did in September, according to the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI).

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    Ontario Government Suggests Higher Fuel Taxes

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by Martin Smith

    A most recent suggestion by the Transit Investment Strategy Advisory Panel could result in many Ontario truckers paying higher fuel taxes.

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    Atlantic Truckers’ Ferry Costs Rise Up

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by Martin Smith

    DIEPPE, NB – Atlantic Canada’s truckers will pay more for ferry service to Newfoundland and Labrador as of April 1, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association has announced.

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    Hyper border security could hinder economic recovery

    August 1, 2014 12:00AM by Martin Smith

    BUFFALO, N.Y. — As the U.S. government continues to put security ahead of commerce, getting goods across the U.S.-Canadian border will remain difficult and will probably get more expensive, according to a panel of business experts at a logistics conference in Buffalo, N.Y. this week.