ABT Academy up and running

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WINNIPEG, Man. — It will take a while to match Arnold Bros. Transport’s 43-year history, but the newly formed ABT Academy (ABTA) is going to do everything it can to live up to the standards set by its corporate parent.

John Wallis, general manager of the Academy, explains the school is built on a simple concept of providing quality training for truck drivers as well as management programs and certifications such as ISO and HACCP.

“(We’re) providing our clients with the specialized skills and systems needed to excel in today’s dynamic business environment,” says Wallis, adding that a partnership with F.B. Andersen & Associates provides an extra measure of success. This assures the quality management, management development and various other training initiatives available through ABTA get results, he adds.

As well, the involvement of Deloitte & Touche Quality Registrar Inc. provides an internationally recognized seal of approval on every successful client’s fully-implemented quality assurance system.

“Great opportunities exist for those companies that are committed to being the best at what they do,” he says. “We recognize that in order to do that, our clients need the best in quality management systems and staff support.”

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