The second annual Canadian TMC conference is slated for Nov. 11 through 12 at the Toronto Congress Centre.
The TMC event is being held in conjunction with the Ontario Trucking Association convention, the largest gathering of trucking industry leaders in the country.
The only conference of its kind in Canada, the TMC event features a wide range of educational sessions covering equipment maintenance, information technology and logistics as well as hands-on technicians training and a comprehensive technical exhibition for Canadian motor carriers and equipment users.
The TMC conference offers two distinct tracks that include maintenance and logistics/IT issues:
The maintenance track includes seminars and workshops on Measuring & Assessing the Performance of the New Diesel Engine Battling Corrosion: North American Experiences; Coping with Cargo Securement Rules; Strategies to Reduce Fuel Consumption Caused by Costly Engine Idling; Wheel End Maintenance and Installation; Foundation Brake Basics and Putting the Brakes on Issues with Multi-Axle Vehicles.
The IT/logistics component includes seminars and workshops on Transforming the Process Through Technology; Open Technology: Its Meaning, Impact & Value to the Transportation Operation; Wireless Interconnectivity at Truck Stops; Voice Recognition Technology for Your Distribution & Warehouse System; Custom Solutions for Trip Inspections RFID Tags and Mapping Efficient Deliveries.
The two-day event also features a technical display of truck equipment and components and information technology. The primary purpose of the exhibit is technical not commercial and will focus on delivering quality information for Canadian equipment users.
For more information, please visit www.ontruck.org (click on the 2004 Convention icon) or http://tmc.truckline.com or call (703) 838-1763.
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