MISSISSAUGA, ON– With the ink on her newly minted Bachelor of Commerce degree barely dry, a young Emmie Leung looked around the streets of Winnipeg and wondered exactly what she could do with all the used cardboard and paper she saw laying around. That was in the mid ’70s. She took the concept to Vancouver, launched the ambitiously labelled International Paper Industries (IPI) where she literally did every job in the location and eventually the company lived up to its name. Now as CEO of Emterra Group, Leung supervises 4 departments, Emterra Environmental, Emterra Environmental USA., Emterra Tire Recycling and Canadian Liquids Processors Ltd. Emterra Environmental has waste-haulage and diversion contracts in Winnipeg, Chilliwack, Victoria and, beginning in 2016, much of the Peel Region. On Monday, Leung made transportation history when she opened the nation’s most significant open-to-the-public fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station a few hundred meters from where Dixie Road satisfies the 401 in Mississauga. The company’s other 3 stations are likewise available to other fleets running CNG-fueled vehicles. “We’re scorching the path in building sustaining stations for our own CNG fleets since we see the financial and environmental and financial health of Ontario by launching this station for use by other CNG fleet owners and operators,” she said. Among the other users (and one of Emterra’s partners in the center) is the ingenious Montreal-based long-haul fleet C.A.T., which has just taken delivery of its very first of 100 Freightliner Cascadias powered by Cummins Westport ISX12 G engines that will operate between Montreal and Laredo, TX. C.A.T. is leasing the trucks from Ryder, and C.A.T.’s Dan Goyette says the opening of the Mississauga sustaining station means there’s now sufficient fuelling stations in between Quebec and Texas to keep his CNG-fueled rigs gassed up. Not just will C.A.T. fuel trucks at the brand-new center, the family-owned fleet is broadening into On …
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Wabash National Corp. has revealed that it will introduce its first line of high-performance dry and cooled truck bodies. The truck bodies are designed to reduce fleets’ upkeep expenses, enhance efficiency and optimize the life of equipment. “We’re really mindful of a shift happening in the trucking industry sustained by re-urbanization and e-commerce patterns. Our objective is to assist our clients achieve success, and with our truck body line we can support them as they work to fulfill final-mile shipment requirements,” stated Brent Yeagy, Wabash’s group president of industrial trailer products. The business’s dry truck bodies (envisioned above) are constructed with Wabash National’s DuraPlate composite panels. The truck bodies likewise include semi-trailer grade components and designs for added performance and durability. “Responding to certain requests from choose consumers recently, we established a dry truck body design utilizing our industry-leading DuraPlate trailer innovation,” Yeagy discussed. “Earlier this year we opened a dedicated facility in Lafayette, In., for the production of truck bodies and other last mile devices. Although we’re in a restricted production phase presently, we will remain to increase production for both dry and refrigerated truck bodies over the next 18 months.” “As the transport market is faced with increasing policies and rapidly altering carrier requirements, we’re concentrated on supporting clients with breakthrough designs that decrease weight, improve thermal and fuel effectiveness, lower product expenses, improve deterioration resistance and improve security,” he included. “These product offerings are another step towards that goal.” Used Class 8 truck metrics were mixed in September, with very same dealer sales inching closer to the six-month moving average, according to ACT Research study. Volumes acquired 8 % month-over-month, but … Read more Vigillo LLC, creators of information mining software, has actually introduced its new JUST platform. JUST is a brand-new platform and network of police authorities indicated to attend to mistakes … Read more Company Type: -Select One- Contract/Common Carrier Lease/Rental Bus Transportation Other Private Fleets Food Production/Processing Construction/Mining/Logging Petroleum Production/Marketing Utility Manufacturing/Processing Retail/Wholesale Government Manufacturers Truck/Trailer Dealers Truck Equip. Distributors Fleet Service/ Repair service Specialists Others Suggest the size of your truck fleet: -Select One- 1-4 automobiles 5-9 10-24 25-49 50-99 100-299 300-499 500-799 800-999 1,000 or more Not available See all stories on this topic
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