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A New Vision for Trucking
Port Metro Vancouver is poised for significant growth as Asia-Pacific trade continues to grow. Having a stable and efficient drayage sector is critical to capturing our share of this growth and ensuring long-term economic viability for the region, the province and Canada as a whole.
Container Trucking Strategy
In December 2011, Port Metro Vancouver launched a stakeholder engagement process to develop a broadly supported, long-term vision for the Container Trucking Sector that would enhance its global position as a sustainable and competitive supply chain leader.
Truck Licensing System
Port Metro Vancouver's Truck Licensing System (TLS) requires all drayage companies desiring to dray marine containers to or from Port facilities be approved for a TLS licence.
Container Truck Efficiency Pilot Program
This new pilot program builds on several initiatives already underway, including a review of how container trucks currently access the Port, a new decal program and the terminal operator gate compliance initiative.
Acknowledging the significant role of the trucking sector, Port Metro Vancouver is committed to communicating with TLS licence and permit holders more frequently.
Trucking Headlines aims to keep you informed on trucking initiatives to improve efficiencies in truck movements at the Port's container terminals, and to answer your questions about current events and topics that relate to you. Let us know what you think of Trucking Headlines.
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