Laskowski to succeed Bradley as head of CTA in 2018

by Truck News

VANCOUVER, B.C.– Stephen Laskowski is set to succeed David Bradley, who is retiring at the end of 2017, as president and CEO of the Canadian Trucking Alliance beginning on January 1, 2018, the CTA announced today at its annual fall meeting.

Laskowski, who is currently CTA’s senior vice-president, has over 22 years of experience representing the industry and is well-respected in policy circles.

“It’s a great honor to represent this industry and do it on a national basis,” Laskowski told a meeting room full of CTA board members. “I love this industry. The CTA staff and I are very privileged to represent you. Moving forward, the staff and I are eager to work together as an alliance, with the provincial associations, and with each provincial board to represent carriers from coast to coast.”

Added CTA’s chairman, Gene Orlick, of Calgary-based Orlick’s Transport: “We are excited by today’s announcement. Steve has been groomed for the job and he is the ideal person to lead CTA into the future and maintain the outstanding level of service to the industry which CTA is known for. We should be very proud of him and the CTA staff.”

“Steve has a proven track record as an effective advocate for the industry and a terrific leader for the staff,” said David Bradley. “His appointment means a smooth leadership transition and continued success for CTA.”

Like Bradley, Laskowski will hold the top job at both CTA and the Ontario Trucking Association.

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