Bison to honour driver’s 16-year safety record

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Bison Transport has announced that one of its drivers has reached 16 consecutive accident-free driving years with the carrier.

Aprim Shemoun, a Vaughan, Ont.-based owner/operator, started with Bison in 1994 and currently works in the Greater Toronto Area with the company’s fleet of city drivers.

“We congratulate Aprim on his achievement. As a professional driver and owner/operator, Aprim is a role model setting a benchmark in safety that very few achieve,” says Garth Pitzel, director of safety and driver development for Bison.

Bison Transport will be formally recognizing Shemoun’s achievement at its annual awards banquet on Nov. 27 in Toronto.

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