Press Release

October 17, 2017 – The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) will be hosting an engaging panel discussion on October 21st, 2017 at the Delta Marriott Hotel in Regina Saskatchewan, commencing at 9:45 am. This is in conjunction with the STA’s Annual General Meeting and Awards Banquet GALA which is celebrating its 80th year.
The panel discussion will be presented by Newcom Business Media Inc. and one of the most talked about topics, “The Future of Trucking” will be discussed. This promises to be a great panel discussion as several interesting topics will be debated. Executive Director of the STA, Susan Ewart is foreseeing great discussions that will impact lobbying decisions for the STA. She stated that the STA is very open to feedback for the greater good of the truck transport industry in Saskatchewan and is eagerly anticipating the event.
The panel discussion will be moderated by the creative editors at Truck West. They will meditate on topics affecting the truck transport industry; such as attracting millennials, technological advances, aging workforce demography, strategies and tactics for sustainability etc. Additionally, the team of panelists will consist of representatives from Volvo, CS Day, Siemens Transportation Group, Favel Transportation Inc. and Cervus Equipment.
Immediately following the panel discussion Meghan McCreary from MLT Aikins will deliver a presentation on the “Legalization of Marijuana from the Employers’ Perspective”. This promises to be an interesting presentation ahead of the July 2018 legalization start date.
As proactive trusted advisors, the STA is a knowledgeable membership association that represents the collective interests of the truck transport industry through authentic advocacy and education, representing the trucking industry in Saskatchewan since 1937.
We invite members of the Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) to attend and participate in this exciting event so that we can continue to effect change in this industry as “we are only effective together”.

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