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Profitability is the latest topic in travelling seminar series

TORONTO, Ont. -- This November, Markel Insurance is enlightening truckers with the secrets of profitability through...


TORONTO, Ont. — This November, Markel Insurance is enlightening truckers with the secrets of profitability through the companys latest seminar topic, Let’s Talk about Driving a More Profitable Trucking Business.

Slated to visit Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton and Calgary, this innovative talk-show style seminar will deliver industry know-how via in-depth live interviews with the nation’s leading trucking consultants and executives.

Audience members will get the opportunity to ask questions on the issues that matter to them, while hobnobbing with the industry’s very best.

Hosted by prominent trucking journalists, Lou Smyrlis in Toronto, John G. Smith in Edmonton and Steve Bouchard in Montreal; November’s Let’s Talk about Driving a More Profitable Trucking Business seminar series will provide best practices to help small to intermediate trucking companies build better, more profitable businesses.

Topics to be discussed include: red flags in shipper/carrier contracts, setting rates to adequately cover costs and maximize profits, cost management strategies, and best practices and strategies for operational investments.

All seminars run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Trucking carriers, insurance brokers and other trucking and insurance industry representatives are all welcome to attend; and there are discounted rates for Markel clients and early registrants.

Additional information, including venue maps and content information, are available online at www.markel.ca/letstalk.

Dates and Locations: Nov. 6 in Toronto at the DoubleTree International, Nov. 7 in Montreal (French) at the Htel Mortagne, Nov. 20 in Calgaryat the Delta Calgary South, and Nov. 21 in Edmonton at The Best Western Sherwood Hotel.


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