Got Milk? Dairy haulers concerned about supply management changes
MONTREAL, Que. -- No matter where milk is hauled, questions are being raised about the future of the supply management model that governs how much dairy is produced and processed in Canada. Any changes would have a direct impact on truck shipments between farms and processors.
Daimler forecasts 440,000 Class 6-8 trucks
AUSTIN, Texas -- Roger Nielsen, CEO of Daimler Truck North America, discussed electrification, autonomy, the state of the economy and the supply chain during a round table at the American Trucking Associations Annual Management Conference and Exhibition in Austin, Texas.
Spear goes on offensive in ATA address
AUSTIN, Texas – American Trucking Associations president and CEO Chris Spear went on the offensive during his annual state of the industry address today, calling for changes to everything from minimum driving ages to new drug testing tools and a massive infrastructure investment.
Equipment manufacturers grapple with ‘new normal’ in trade
TORONTO, Ont. – Rona Ambrose didn’t have many comforting words for members of the Canadian Transportation Equipment Association (CTEA). Offering a keynote address during the association’s annual meeting, the advisor in recent NAFTA negotiations promised more trade uncertainty to come.