1996 -News Release
TRUCKERS STRATEGIZE FOR NEW MILLENNIUM. In the eight years since deregulation,
a transformed trucking industry has emerged; -leaner, energized and eager
to face new challenges. During these eight years, the industry re-invented
itself, broadened the scope of service offerings...
1996 - Newsletter
4, 1996 - News Release
FUEL PRICES SOARING AGAIN - MOTOR CARRIERS ANNOUNCE FUEL SURCHARGES.
Barely emerging from a fuel crisis, motor carriers are again faced with
steep fuel price increases. The Freight Carriers Association of Canada
(FCA) who monitors fuel prices on an ongoing basis reports that since July
some carriers have increases as high as 19% on their base fuel price. Indications
from many sources are that prices will continue to rise...
June, 1996 - Newsletter
19, 1996 - News Release
MOTOR CARRIERS ANNOUNCE FUEL SURCHARGE. A sharp increase in fuel prices
is creating havoc for the trucking industry causing numerous carriers to
implement fuel surcharges. Fuel costs represent about 7.5% of total operating
- News Release
MOTOR CARRIERS BRACE FOR DISMAL FIRST QUARTER RETURNS. Severe winter
weather, lower freight volumes and a sharp increase in fuel prices have
created havoc for the trucking industry during the first quarter of this
year. Meanwhile, truckers are still scrambling to recover the increases
in operating costs experienced during 1995...
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