TORONTO, ON – If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably noticed something different. Really different.
Today’s Trucking has officially unveiled a redesigned website at www.todaystrucking.com, offering a new look, enhanced functionality, and – most important – the in-depth editorial content that Canada’s trucking industry has come to know and trust.
“Today’s Trucking, Truck News, and Truck West continue to develop unique content that will be found only within their magazine pages and on their respective websites,” says John G. Smith, Today’s Trucking’s editor. “But our new format also offers quick access to the daily news we develop alongside our sister publications.”
Newcom Media — which publishes Today’s Trucking, Transport Routier, and Truck and Trailer — purchased several business-to-business magazines including Truck News and Truck West in 2015. Since then, the teams have worked together on an increasing array of joint projects including the quarterly TruckTech magazine for maintenance teams.
With the new format, todaystrucking.com is also home to:
- Videos – An extensive library of video content, including Ultimate Test Drives by equipment editor Jim Park.
- Photo galleries – Newly introduced photo galleries will offer a front-row seat to industry events and activities across North America.
- Opinions – Visitors are only a click away from opinion pieces written by our award-winning editorial team.
- Twitter feeds – More than 23,000 people follow @todaystrucking on Twitter. The latest posts will also appear on the right side of selected pages.
- Expanded archives – In addition to digital editions of Today’s Trucking, visitors can now access the latest copies of TruckTech, supplements developed along with the Truck News and Truck West editorial teams.
- Newsletters — Miss one of our email newsletters? Don’t worry. You’re a click away from the latest editions and archives for NewsFirst, Product Watch, and the Lockwood Report.
- Coming events — A comprehensive list of coming industry events from around North America.
- Enhanced mobile experience – A new look that keeps the top content at the top of your screen.
- And much, much more.
“This updated website is just the first step in our renewed commitment to the trucking industry’s online readers,” Smith says. “We’re ready to meet information needs through digital editions, the website, our email newsletters, and social media channels.”
“The updated site also gives our teams a series of advanced tools to present information in new, exciting ways,” he adds. “Stay tuned.”
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