PMTC honours fleets for top truck, trailer graphics
June 21, 2012
KING CITY, Ont. -- The “most colourful awards in the trucking industry” – the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada’s (PMTC) Vehicle Graphics Design competition – announced the winners of its 27th installment at a...
KING CITY, Ont. — The “most colourful awards in the trucking industry” – the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada’s (PMTC) Vehicle Graphics Design competition – announced the winners of its 27th installment at a lunchtime ceremony today. The event was held at the close of PMTC’s annual general meeting and conference in King City.
The awards, co-sponsored by 3M Canada, were presented in seven categories: Tractor Trailer Combination; Straight Truck; Special Events/Promotion; Night-Time Safety, Light Duty Commercial Truck; Human Interest and Identity Fleet Graphics.
“For 27 years, 3M Canada has been an integral part of the vehicle graphics design awards, and the competition is truly a national event,” said PMTC president Bruce Richards. “The large number of entries confirms the interest that companies have in promoting their products and services through illustrative graphics. Our thanks to all the participants and in particular to 3M Canada who make this annual event possible.”
Awards by category were presented to the following fleets:
• Tractor Trailer Combination: – Pinnacle Transport – Fardiers Quebec – Honourable Mention to Saputo Dairy Products Canada GP
• Special Events/Promotion: – Ariad – Cascade Groupe Tissu Candiac – Honourable Mention to Brick Brewing Company
• Night-Time Safety: – Molson Coors – Loblaw
• Light Duty Commercial Truck: – Hofstetter Landscaping – Reefer Sales – Honourable Mention to Canadian Blood Services
• Identity Fleet Graphics: – Mr. Rooter – Giant Tiger – Honourable Mention to Planters
• Human Interest: – Canadian Tire – Bison Diversified – Honourable Mention to Molson Coors
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