The trucking industry is constantly under scrutiny for our safety record on the highways with accidents being publicized in the media and television shows like Heavy Rescue 401 that focus on incidents involving commercial motor vehicles. While every accident is one too many, truck drivers remain some of the safest drivers on the road.
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Canada Cartage has acquired Doyle Transportation, a Guelph, Ontario-based provider of fleet outsourcing, full-truckload, and less-than-truckload solutions in Canada and the United States.
Canada Cartage revealed it is consolidating its branding to better reflect the evolution of the company’s fleet outsourcing and logistics offerings.
There is lots of talk in the retail industry about “the Amazon effect.” The term refers to the ongoing evolution and disruption of the retail market, both online and in physical outlets, resulting from increased e-commerce.
Big changes are coming to the way transportation and fleet companies operate. By the end of 2017, fleets who drive... View Article
Canada Cartage, along with Praxair, will be educating their drivers and their communities across Canada in an effort to promote Truckers against Trafficking - an initiative to educate and empower members of the trucking industry to combat domestic sex trafficking.
Transportation companies have many priorities when it comes to managing their fleet including road and driver safety, customer satisfaction, rising costs, and fleet maintenance, to name a few. This is why telematics is becoming increasingly important to the trucking industry and to the customers it serves.
Canada Cartage collected and delivered donated medical, surgical, and school supplies to the Canadian Food for Children warehouse in Mississauga to support the Karanda Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe.
Big changes are coming to the way transportation and fleet companies operate. By the end of 2017, fleet operators in... View Article
In an insurmountable act of compassion, community-minded sponsor Canada Cartage helped provide bottled water to those in need in the GTA.