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- Raising the bar for responsiblity. Dealer, Laurie // Commercial Motor;5/23/2013, Vol. 219 Issue 5536, p48
The article focuses on the responsibility of haulage business operators on the maintenance failures of their trailers and trucks.
- In brief. // Truck & Driver;Oct2002, p11
Reports development on truck driving as of October 2002.
- Transport manager 'had too much to do'. // Commercial Motor;11/1/2012, Vol. 218 Issue 5508, p23
The article discusses a case wherein a transport manager is having a hardtime to deal with his role as Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) holder.
- Shorts. // Truck & Driver;Jan2013, p11
The article offers news briefs related to truck industry in Great Britain including the creation of the Drivers Do Not Park Here! Facebook group, a ban on heavy goods vehicle in the center of Bath, and the launching plan of a Lorry watch scheme.
- In brief. // Truck & Driver;May2002, p9
Reports developments on truck industry as of May 2002 in Great Britain. Features of the Truckfest Peterborough; Death of Peter Stiller, founder of Stiller Transport; Reaction of the drivers working in Tarmac on cut rates.
- TRUCKFEST TIME! // Truck & Driver;May2002, p14
Features the Truckfest, yearly gathering of the lorry-fancying clans in Great Britain. Attraction of the model truck experts extraordinaire Tamiya; Availability of information on Stateside truck driving; Demonstration on the driving competition of Tamiya.
- The Driver Shortage: It never goes away. Cullen, David // Fleet Owner;May2003, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the shortage of truck drivers. Difficulty of finding quality drivers; Expansion of the freight industry; Standardization of the hiring process of truck drivers.
- It's snow joke for us, it's our livelihood. // Commercial Motor;2/7/2013, Vol. 219 Issue 5521, p12
The article cites an example of a newspaper that loves to exaggerate, such as one which claimed that truck drivers were stranded in their cabs for a week although they were not.
- Canadian trucking industry could be short 33,000 drivers by 2020: report. // Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Mar2013, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p8
The article offers information on a report by the nonprofit research organization Conference Board of Canada (CBC) according to which Canadian trucking industry can need 33,000 more truck drivers by 2020.