PMTC accepting award entries until April 30

MILTON, ON – The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada’s (PMTC) awards program will be taking entries until April 30, 2017.

Every year the PMTC honors private sector fleets and drivers with awards at their annual conference. This year’s awards will be presented at the PMTC’s Annual Conference being held on June 15-16 at the Plaza-Fallsview Resort in Niagara Falls, Ontario.  

Competition entry forms and information are available online at

The 2017 awards program includes:

PMTC & 3M Vehicle Graphics Design Awards Competition

This award is co-sponsored by 3M Canada’s Commercial Graphics Division, these set of awards recognize fleet operator and graphic design companies who graphically enhance their vehicles.

PMTC & CPC Logistics Canada Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers

The Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers acknowledges superior over the road performance by drivers employed by PMTC members.

PMTC & AVIVA Canada Private Fleet Safety Awards

These awards were created by the PMTC to encourage improved road safety and to promote best practices in private fleet safety management. Private truck fleets most committed to safety improvement are recognized with these awards, especially when they surpass National Safety Code requirements.

PMTC-KRTS Professional CMV Driver Training Scholarship

The PMTC and KRTS Transportation will award a PMTC member with a Professional Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Training Scholarship which will cover the costs for the recipient attend and complete a full training program through KRTS or another registered training provider in the event that candidate is from outside of Ontario.

The PMTC Young Leaders Education Bursary Award

Two Young Leaders will be awarded an Education Bursary from PMTC. The bursaries will cover the costs of the recipient to complete two of the four courses needed to complete the PMTC Logistics Management Graduate Program. 

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