Best fleet graphics rewarded by PMTC (June 23, 2008)

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NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. — The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) and 3M Canada celebrated some of the most eye-catching truck and trailer graphics as the annual PMTC conference on Friday.

It’s the 23rd year the annual awards, which are open to all private and for-hire carriers, have been held. Prizes were presented to the winners in seven categories: Tractor Trailer Combination; Straight Truck; Special Events/Promotion; Night-Time Safety, Light Duty Commercial Truck; Human Interest and Identity Fleet Graphics. Here are the winners (with the graphic house in brackets):

Tractor-Trailer Combination: Meyers Transport (Turbo Images); Dairy Farmers of Ontario (Toronto Digital Imaging); and an honourable mention to Buckley Cartage.

Straight Truck: Cardinal Kitchens (International Name Plate); Weston Bakeries (Turbo); an honourable mention for Sleeman Breweries.

Special Events/Promotion: T.O.B. Enterprises (All Graphic Supplies); Hbc Logistics (National Graphic Solutions); an honourable mention to Segal Communications.

Night-Time Safety: Molson Canada (TDI); 4Refuel Canada (Chroma Studios); honourable mention to Thomson Terminals.

Light-Duty Commercial Truck: Magtec Products (Turbo); Bare (Twin City Graphics); honourable mention to Taylors Recycled Plastic.

Identity Fleet Graphics: 4Refuel Canada (Chroma); Bruce R. Smith (Turbo); honourable mention to Molson.

Human Interest: Waste Management (Twin City); the City of Cambridge (Speedpro Imaging TGT); honourable mention to the Canadian Trucking Alliance.

For more photos of the winning entries, see the August issues of Truck News and Truck West.

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