KRTS unloads dispatch program

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CALEDONIA, Ont. — Ever wanted to give dispatching a try? KRTS Transportation says it has the program for you.

KRTS, in conjunction with Truckload Carriers Association (TCA), has released a three-week, entry-level professional dispatch course designed with the help of a team of respected industry stakeholders.

“There is a serious demand in the transportation industry for this type of program, that was evident by the participation of the industry in developing this program,” says Kim Richardson president of KRTS.

During an open house, Richardson outlined to carriers how the modulated program would be offered.

Greg Coughlin, operations manager of MacKinnon Transport says, “after participating in this program I know it will be beneficial for new and existing dispatchers”.

KRTS plans to continue building on the success of the Professional Dispatcher Program by developing an on-the-job-component in the near future.

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