APTA board of directors, executive committee elected

by Today's Trucking

The Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA) last week elected a board of directors for 2021–2023 during its virtual annual general meeting and conference.

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(Photo: APTA)

Members of the board of directors are:

Officers – chairman: Trevor Bent, Eassons Transport Limited; vice-chairwoman: Maryse Doucet, Way’s Transport; treasurer: Todd Seward, Classic Freight Systems; past chair: Doug Tingley, Day & Ross

Directors – Scott Annear, Morley Annear Ltd.; Denise Beaupré, Auction Transport Services Inc.; Richard Boone, Professional Carriers Inc.; Ruby Murphy-Collins, Armour Transportation Systems; John Cotterill, Clarke Road Transport; Melanie Desjardins, GM Rioux; Bill Doherty, Day & Ross; Gerry Dowden, East Can Transport Services Ltd.; Brian Easson, Eassons Transport Limited; Donnie Fillmore Jr., Atlantic Pacific Transport Ltd.; Andrew Fisher, Sunbury Transport; Joe Flinn, Seaboard Transport Group; Frederik Godbout , Noel Godbout Transport; Chris Haines, RST Industries; Kelly Henderson, Trucking Human Resource Sector Council – Atlantic; James Johnstone, Giant Tiger; Andy Keith, Seafood Express Transport; Ryan MacDonald, Tom MacDonald Trucking Ltd.; Larry McConnell, McConnell Transport Ltd.; McKenzie McConnell, McConnell Transport Ltd.; Guy McIsaac, Grote Industries; James McKay, CN Road Operations; Vicki McKibbon, Armour Transportation Systems; Dave Miller, Way’s Transport; Scott Newby, Midland Transport Limited; Colleen O’Toole, Lighthouse Transport; Gord Peddle, Riverbend Freight Services Limited; Shawn Reilly, RST Industries; Robert Sangster, Midland Transport Limited; Matthew Stockford, Stockford Reefer Services; Kevin Stover, Black’s Transfer Ltd.; Vaughn Sturgeon, Warren Group; Rodney Weston, Shoreland Transport Inc.

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  • I find it strange that on a trucking council there is ( as far as I can tell) anyone in the driver training or truck driving school area’s. Everyone complains of lack of driver and lack of training at schools but that seems to be “words” why not have some representation from training schools so trucking companies can have input AND more importantly Driver training schools can explain there limits and what could be done to get newly licensed drivers into the trucks and be trained as productive drivers.