New publisher appointed for Today’s Trucking

TORONTO — Joe Glionna is the new publisher of Canada’s pre-eminent heavy-duty trucking and logistics publications.

Glionna will be in charge of Today’s Trucking, highwaySTAR, Transport Routier, Logistics Magazine, and their attendant
websites, including

He will remain general manager of the company’s show division, which produces Truck World, ExpoCam and CamExpo.

Glionna, a graduate of the University of Michigan, was born into the publishing business.

His father, Jim Glionna is the president and co-founder of Newcom Business Media, the corporation that publishes the magazines.

Joe had his first taste in trucking when he worked as a cross-docker for Titan Cartage in Mississauga.

In 2005, he started full time at Newcom as a sales representative with Today’s Trucking, highwaySTAR, and Transport Routier.

In 2007, Glionna moved to Montreal, opened an office and started Newcom Media Quebec, overseeing Routier, ExpoCam, CamExpo.

A year later, he oversaw Newcom’s purchase and re-launch of Logistics Magazine, which publishes both an English and French edition.

"Anybody who was at the highly successful Truck World last month could see what Joe is capable of,” says Glionna Sr., “We’re very optimistic that he’ll bring that same verve and energy to our print publications."

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