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CarriersEdge to share secrets of ‘best fleets to drive for’ (April 20, 2010)

MARKHAM, Ont. -- After scouring North America for the best fleets to drive for, CarriersEdge is now takin...

MARKHAM, Ont. — After scouring North America for the best fleets to drive for, CarriersEdge is now taking to the road to share some of those fleets’ secrets to success.

The company has announced a nine-date, cross-country seminar series sponsored by Marsh Canada. It will kick off May 11 in London, Ont. and wrap up June 9 in Winnipeg.

In each of the half-day seminars, CarriersEdge president Mark Murrell will reveal some insight into how carriers who were recognized as the Best Fleets to Drive For have earned that distinction.

“This year’s Best Fleets to Drive For winners demonstrate that effective programs come from all corners of the industry,” said Murrell. “Despite a tough economy, fleets of all sizes are still finding innovative ways to provide exceptional workplace experiences for their drivers.”

“Best Fleets to Drive For is an outstanding program, providing a wealth of useful information about current best practices in the industry,” added Scott Cober, national transportation practice leader at Marsh Canada. “We’re very pleased to be presenting this seminar series and helping to share that information across the country.”

The schedule includes: May 11, London; May 12, Kitchener; May 14, Ottawa; May 26, Moncton; June 1, Edmonton; June 2, Calgary; June 3, Saskatoon; June 8, Mississauga; and June 9, Winnipeg. All seminars run from 9 a.m. till noon with breakfast served at 8:30 a.m. Advance registration is required.

To register, call Judi at 905-530-2430, or visit

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