AMTA Management Conference & AGM, April 25 - 26, Banff.
Whether you’re a new AMTA member, an industry veteran or
looking for a relaxed opportunity to explore AMTA, you will
definitely want to be part of this year’s AMTA Management
Conference & AGM.
Be sure to catch an update on AMTA’s recommendation to government on mandatory entry level driver training. This year’s conference also features a solid line up of business sessions led by subject matter experts. View full program: http://www.amta.ca/Events/conference.htm
Alberta Fleet Reps Elected to CTA Board
Alberta has a strong voice around the Canadian Trucking Alliance board room table as leaders of two AMTA member fleets -- Trimac Transportation and Orlicks Transport -- were elected to the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for 2014-16. Details
Help Shape Alberta’s Trucking Industry, Committee has Vacancies
Looking for an opportunity to share your wisdom and experience with colleagues who are as committed as you are to helping shape the province’s trucking industry into the future? Details
AMTA at Table for Discussion on Future Highway, Infrastructure Decisions
Alberta is working on long-term plans to guide how Albertans will get around in the next 50 years and AMTA has been invited to the table to provide a voice for the motor transportation industry. Details
Mandatory entry level training is being called for by the
CTA Blue Ribbon Panel on the Driver Shortage and mentioned
in a recent report by the Conference Board of Canada. In
Alberta, AMTA is poised to meet with the province's
transportation minister to make a case for mandatory
training here at home.
The Annual General Meeting of the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) takes place on Saturday April 26 at 10:30 am at the Rimrock Hotel, Banff, Alberta. The order of business includes election of new members to the Association’s Board of Directors. Details
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