We extend our warmest congratulations to the companies recognized by the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) for their outstanding achievements in safety, especially our esteemed Canadian enterprises. This distinction highlights their unwavering dedication to road safety and their essential role in reducing accidents.

Recently, the TCA honored the 18 winners of the 48th Fleet Safety Awards, acknowledging transportation companies that have traveled long distances while maintaining a steadfast focus on safety at every stage of their journey. These annual awards celebrate the excellence of freight carriers who have consistently demonstrated a commitment to safety, achieving minimal accident frequencies per million miles in six categories based on mileage volume.

Emphasizing the crucial importance of technological innovation and ongoing training for road safety, Jim Ward, President of the TCA, spotlighted the association’s deep commitment to the continuous improvement of safety standards on the roads. The 18 awarded companies will have the opportunity to compete for one of two grand prizes, categorized according to the total annual miles traveled, with one category for carriers who have traveled less than 25 million miles and another for those exceeding this threshold. The winners of these grand prizes will be unveiled at the Truckload 2024 event in Nashville, TN, and will also be honored at the next TCA Safety and Security Meeting in 2024.

This honor underlines the excellence and steadfast commitment to safety of the awarded companies in the transportation industry. Their remarkable performance, standing out in an international competition, not only showcases their expertise but also their determination to maintain the highest standards of safety and quality in their operations.

The Canadian winners:

Division 3 (15 – 24.99 million miles)

3rd Place: Elgin Motor Freight, London, Ontario

Division 4 (25 – 49.99 million miles)

1st Place: Erb Transport Ltd, New Hamburg, Ontario
2nd Place: Trans-West Logistics, Inc., Lachine, Québec

Division 5 (50 – 99.99 million miles)

1st Place: Challenger Motor Freight, Inc., Cambridge, Ontario

Division 6 (100 million miles)

1st Place: Bison Transport, Winnipeg, Manitoba


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