Two carriers named to nation’s 50 Best companies list

TORONTO, (Jan. 12, 2004) — It seems that every year a trucking company or two makes the final list of Canada’s 50 Best managed companies. This year is no exception, with Moncton-based Armour Transportation and Kriska Transportation of Prescott, Ont. both making the final cut on the prestigious list.

Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies is a national awards program that recognizes the 50 Best businesses from a wide range of industries that have implemented world-class best business practices. The program, established in 1993 and entering its 11th year, annually recognizes 50 well-managed Canadian companies that must complete an extensive and in-depth interview process to assess and examine its management practices.

Award organizers said the 2003 winners share the following business characteristics: a continued ability to remain alert and responsive to changes in the market and consumer demands; a passion to create the right leadership and vision; and a commitment to invest in the hiring and retaining of the most talented employees.

2003 recipients will be honoured at the annual 50 Best gala in Toronto on February 9th.

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