Recruitment & Resources Expo sold out

by Truck News

TORONTO, Ont. — The inaugural Recruitment & Resources Expo that is set to take place September 15 is now sold out of booth space.

The show, aimed at addressing the industry’s significant workforce shortage, is taking place at the International Centre from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. There are more than 65 booths for attendees to browse if they are looking to make connections and get information from recruiters. 

“This expo is an excellent opportunity for anybody looking to make a great career in the trucking, transportation and/or logistics sector,” Manan Gupta, general manager of Newcom South Asian Media Co. “Recruiters on site will be looking to fill jobs for drivers, owner-operators and non-driver positions like accounting, administration, dispatch, mechanics, sales, marketing and many more.”

The MTO will also be in attendance at the show, sharing the latest commercial motor vehicles regulations and career opportunities.

Admission to the show and parking is completely free for attendees.

Media partners for the event include Truck News and Road Today.

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  • This shows many companies are looking for truck drivers. They are wasting their time and money unless they change the way truck drivers are treated by some customers who force us to leave with no hours. Many trucking companies have not accepted that a truck drivers needs to make enough the other spouse can stay at home to care for small kids or older parents on either side of the family. We need to make $23.00 per hour on payroll for local work or $28.00 per hour for O.T.R or $300 per day on the road. To reduce turnover and compete with other jobs to bring young people in that are of the right type.