VANCOUVER, BC — The consulting firm, Delcan Corporation, has been engaged by BCTA and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoT) to gather information from BC’s trucking industry regarding current fuel efficiency practices.
Results from the survey, which is supported by Truck News, will be used by a Task Force to create strategies, policies and/or incentives to present to the Government with the goal of obtaining their support and assistance in making your operation more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly.
People responsible for making purchasing decisions (fuel managers, fleet supervisors/managers,owner operators etc.), are asked to complete this survey. In
addition, if applicable please forward the survey to any owner operators you contract with.
There are 12 questions in this survey, which should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete. The survey allows you to add your own comments; we would appreciate any additional input you can provide.
Receipt of your responses to the survey by Friday, November 28, 2008 is very much appreciated.
To complete the survey you can either:
• Go to the following link and once complete, submit the survey online here; or
• Call Delcan Corporation at 604-451-6208 to complete the survey by phone.
All information that could potentially be used to identify your company, its employees, affiliates, or clients will be kept strictly confidential.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this important project, please feel free to contact Louise Yako at BCTA or call Krista Falkner at Delcan Corporation directly at (604) 451-6208.
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