MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – This year’s TST Overland Express International Transportation & Customs Scholarships were presented to two worthy students entering their second year of Seneca College’s International Transportation & Customs program.
The two lucky recipients were Sze Ming Alex Tang and Sharanpreet Randhawa.
Tang said in the future she plans on becoming a certified logistics professional.
“I hope I can work in a company where I can provide all-in-one services, like customs brokerage, dispatch coordination and supply chain management,” she said.
Randhawa said he hopes to be a logistics manager and hopes to become a CEO in the next 10 to 15 years. He is also hoping to receive his post-graduate degree in philosophy.
Rob O’Reilly, president of TST Overland Express said he is pleased to give financial assistance to those who “have the potential to benefit the trucking industry.”
This is the sixth year in a row that TST has award this scholarship to the two top students in the program.
“There are not many opportunities for students who wish to pursue formal education in transportation and logistics, so we view this as a great opportunity to help deserving students who have chosen this important field of study,” said O’Reilly.
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