TORONTO, Ont. — Truck News executive editor James Menzies has won a Silver KRW Award for a profile on L. Ritchie Cartage, which appeared in the March 2011 issue.
The award, for the article entitled ‘Winds of change,’ was presented in the Best Profile of a Company category.
The KRW Awards, which have been described as the Pulitzer Prize of Canadian business journalism, celebrate editorial excellence in business-to-business publishing. Truck News was the only trucking magazine to receive an award. It also received more nominations than any other trucking publication.
Truck News was nominated for three awards in total. It also received honourable mentions for: ‘If tires could talk,’ a feature on scrap tire analysis (Best Resource/Infrastructure category) and for ‘Beware the Wreckhouse winds,’ (Best News Coverage), about the havoc gusting winds cause for truck traffic in the Wreckhouse region of Newfoundland.
A full list of winners and finalists can be found here.
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