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  • Canada, B.C. Governments unveil new model for Port Metro Vancouver container trucking industry

    October 15, 2014 by Canadian Shipper

    VANCOUVER, B.C.–The Governments of Canada and British Columbia released a statement today regarding the unveiling of the new model for the Port Metro Vancouver Container Trucking Industry.  Wednesday, the Governments of Canada and BC announced actions that will be taken

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    Spreading the wealth

    September 1, 2014 by Lou Smyrlis

    This economic recovery has been referred to as the Great Okay – there is growth but nothing to get overly excited about. For supply chain professionals there is growing job security – daily layoffs and nail-biting uncertainty are thankfully years

  • Navigating the New Normal with Workforce Management solutions

    November 27, 2013 by Canadian Shipper

    The Canadian transportation and logistics industry is facing a “new normal” economy characterized by uncertainty, slow growth and rapid change. While growth has been picking up, experts caution that overall growth will remain slow until 2020 due to high unemployment

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    The gender gap

    March 1, 2013 by Jim Bray

    There’s a gender divide in Canada’s supply chain management field; one that sees women’s salaries tending to lag behind men’s. That’s the bad news – and, of course, it isn’t unique to the supply chain. The good news, according to

  • Six Canadian trucking companies named Best Fleets to Drive For

    February 7, 2013 by Canadian Shipper

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Six Canadian trucking companies have made the 2013 list of the top 20 Best Fleets to Drive For by the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and CarriersEdge. The annual survey and contest, now in its fifth year, identifies

  • Cascade O/Os to walk off job Friday

    February 23, 2011 by Canadian Shipper

    EDMONTON, Alta. — Owner/operators for Cascade Carriers have followed through with a threat to walk off the job, filing a strike notice Feb. 21, which will see them parking their trucks at 1 p.m. Friday. The strike will affect 52

  • Complete the 12th Annual Survey of the Logistics Professional

    December 10, 2010 by Canadian Shipper

    TORONTO, Ont. — The coming year promises to be a particularly challenging one for supply chain managers and their salaries. While the recession is hopefully behind us, companies remain uncertain about the strength of the recovery and are certain to

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    Have We Trimmed Too Much?

    January 1, 2010 by Canadian Shipper

    The 11th Annual Survey Of The Canadian Logistics Professional Over the 11-year history of our survey, we have been able to note significant gains for supply chain managers. As the profession’s true contribution to the economic viability and operational competitiveness