PMTC announces new board (June 20, 2005)

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NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONT. — The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada announced its incoming Board of Directors for the coming term during its 28th annual conference in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. June 17.


President: Bruce J. RichardsPMTC.ACCE Oakville, Ont.
Chairman: Peter McAleer Kraft Canada,Brampton, Ont.
Vice Chairman: Lindsay WelshSonoco Canada,Brantford, Ont.
Vice Chairman: Richard LalondePraxair Canada, St. Laurent, Que.


Dave Brown
Schneider Foods
Kitchener, Ont.

Paul Christie
Unique Personnel Inc
Dorval, Que.

Dale Crosbie
DTF Trucking
Beamsville, Ont.

Stan Dawson
Hbc Logistics
Mississauga, Ont.

George Iacono
Global Driver Services
Etobicoke, Ont.

Jeff Kirby
Altruck Idealease
Cambridge, Ont.

Paul Kudla
Volvo Trucks Canada
Mississauga, Ont.

Ted Lawson
3M Canada
London, Ont.

Cam Mickie
CAMCO Recycling
Baie D’Urfe, Quebec

Kevin Riley
Maple Leaf Consumer Foods
Burlington, Ont.

Peter Roy
PacLease Canada
Beaconsfield, Que.

Chris Tolley
Train Trailer
Mississauga, Ont.,

Ken Whitehead
Summit Food Services
London, Ont.

Chris Willard
Hbc Logistics
Lachine, Que.

Danny Vettoretti
Frito Lay Canada
Sudbury, Ont.

The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada is the only national association representing the interests of private fleet operators. The Council was incorporated in 1975 and works with governments on issues affecting private carriers, and delivers information to its members through an extensive network of communications material, including educational seminars, newsletters, and electronic bulletins.

PMTC’s goals are to promote the safe and economic use of private trucking, to promote regulations that are beneficial to private fleet operators, and to be a primary source of information for its members.

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