Share your stories about trucking’s Covid-19 heroes

by Today's Trucking

Truck driver

TORONTO, Ont. – As Canada fights Covid-19, the nation’s truck drivers are holding things together. The wheels continue to roll – and we want to hear about the everyday heroes who make that happen.

Are you involved in moving more freight than usual, to replenish shelves that have been emptied by hoarding consumers? Or do you want to offer special thanks to someone who has gone above and beyond the call to help keep freight on the move?

We want to share these stories.

Feel free to post your comments here, or email johng@newcom.ca or james@newcom.ca.

Let’s recognize those who continue to make a difference and keep the supplies rolling.

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  • Well, isn’t this just great. In areas where there are shelter-in-place orders (CA, IL, NY) truckers can not park in any Wal-Mart parking lots. What a way to #thankatrucker.

    What a great opportunity for Wal-Mart to be a real part of the relief effort, partnering with our nation’s truckers to offer them a place to park their rig.

    This is NO WAY to treat those who are risking their lives to bring supplies to the American people.

    Make this PUBLIC!

  • I made a delivery to College Point, NY amid the Covid19 onslaught.. stayed there more than I needed to due to rejected products put back on my trailer. My broker, Arcbest Dedicated LLC treated me like a slave and refused to pay for 18 hours detention time/layover despite in and out times fully documented. Such a shame a company touting to be so asset-based big would act so small at this crucial times