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Ray Haight now blogging for Trucknews.com

TORONTO, Ont. -- Ray Haight, CEO of ATBS Canada, is the latest blogger to join the Trucknews.com roster.


TORONTO, Ont. — Ray Haight, CEO of ATBS Canada, is the latest blogger to join the Trucknews.com roster.

 

Ray wasted no time in sparking some controversy when he took aim at OBAC in his first entry, for its attacks on the OTA. You can read his blog on the Editors Blog section of Trucknews.com and post your own comments.

 

Also new to the Trucknews.com blog is Gagan Goraya, who will be covering IT topics for transportation company executives.

 

The new additions round out Canada’s most complete and diverse trucking blog. You can also find entries from Truck News editors Lou Smyrlis, James Menzies, Adam Ledlow and Julia Kuzeljevich.

 

Harry Rudolfs, Truck News on-road editor blogs about his observations as a full-time professional driver. You can check out his entries on speed limiters, LCVs and even trucking pop culture. His recent entry on ‘trucker as anti-hero’ caught the eye of XM Radio personality Dave Nemo and led to a live interview.

 

Dan Goodwill continues to draw on his experience as a consultant with transportation providers and shippers alike for inspiration for his blog entries. Kevin Snobel, general manager with Caravan Logistics and frequent speaker at industry events, uses his first-hand exposure with truckers through hiring and recruiting new driving talent to get to the heart of many driver issues in his blog. And David Benjatschek posts periodically about issues he encounters as a motivational speaker and marketing consultant with a transportation background.

 

Comments and feedback can be posted to any of the entries, making the blogs truly interactive.


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