MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Trucks for Change Network has elected its first board of directors.
The network, which connects charities in need of transportation services with trucking companies that have available capacity, elected the board during its first annual general meeting Sept. 26 in Mississauga.
The board includes: Scott Smith, president of J.D. Smith and Sons; Mark Seymour, CEO of Kriska Holdings; Norm Sneyd, vice-president with Bison Transport; and Rick Dalmazzi, a technology industry veteran.
The meeting featured Rob Voisin, national director of Habitat for Humanity Canada’s ReStore division, who thanked the organization for the difference it is making for his charity and others across the country.
Pete Dalmazzi, president and found of Trucks for Change, is still asking carrier members to sign up for the program, so it can expand its network. For more information, visit www.TrucksForChange.org.
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