Truck News redesigns Web site

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DON MILLS, Ont. — Truck News, Truck West and Motortruck, the Canadian trucking industry’s leaders in news and business information, have updated their Web presence at

“We’re constantly pushing the cyber bar to new heights,” says Rob Wilkins, Truck News publisher. “With our new design we build off our recent migration to an Oracle-based system and open even more doors for future enhancements.”

Two new features have been added to the site: a new Website finder and direct links through the online career section.

“Our new site reflects the ever-evolving state of the wired world and our Website finder will allow readers to quickly access select suppliers and manufacturers currently serving the trucking community,” says John Curran, Truck News editor. “Our in-house development team has devoted a great deal of time and effort to giving you — our readers — a site that not only looks better, but one that offers increased functionality, as well.”

In the careers section, surfers can click on hotlinks located directly beside the advertisements of participating fleets.

“We added the links to our online career section for the benefit of our readers and the trucking community in general,” says Kathy Penner, Truck News operations manager. “Before switching jobs, it is important for drivers and O/Os to do as much research as possible. Going into any job without doing your homework is a recipe for disaster.”

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Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry.

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