Truckload Carriers Association

TCA to start health program

The Truckload Carriers Association is taking applications for Trucking’s Weight Loss Showdown, a 10-week competition to start Jan. 24, 2012. Carriers who plan to apply must enter six drivers and six office staff members and complete the application by Nov. 30. The contestants will be announced Jan. 1, 2012. TCA has partnered with weight loss clinic Lindora Clinic, whose nurses will keep in touch with the participants during the low-carbohydrate, low-fat moderate protein process. The regimen will ...

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Trucking groups find solidarity on higher truck weight

The boards of the American Trucking Associations and Truckload Carriers Association voted support for 88,000-pound, five-axle trucks.

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Bison Transport drivers named Highway Angels

Brian McHale and Lee Wood were honored for their help at a fatal accident scene.

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Internet Truckstop to sponsor TCA Highway Angel

Internet Truckstop said it will commit $75,000 to the program over the next two years.

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LogBook

Audit delays cross-border plan, court asked to review pilot program, hours rule due by end of month, a bridge closure, FMCSA says CSA helps compliance and other industry news items are featured.

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Pegasus team drivers named Highway Angels

David Murray and Rick Wiltsey have been named Truckload Carriers Association Highway Angels for assisting after a fatal accident.

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GATS attracts visitors, exhibitors

The show also generated greater participation from trade groups that held meetings before or concurrently with GATS.

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Last chance to apply for owner-operator contest

Overdrive and the Truckload Carriers Association will be naming the nation's top owner-operator.

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TCA names Lewis Highway Angel

Nicholas Lewis deliberately steered into a ditch, risking his own safety to protect another driver who had cut him off.

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TCA names Swift driver Lewis Highway Angel

Nicholas Lewis deliberately steered into a ditch, risking his own safety to protect another driver who cut him off.

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