The best truck companies in Canada
Business Insider has ranked Canada’s leading freight forwarding companies by their top-performing business models, based on a number of factors.
We have compared the top freight forwarding businesses in each province and territory and reviewed how they deliver their products to customers, from pick-up to delivery.
Here’s what we found: 1.
Truckers in Ontario are getting away with some serious crimeA number of companies have come under scrutiny in recent years for alleged misconduct involving human trafficking, bribery and money laundering, and there’s little to stop them.
The biggest names are trucking companies Greyhound, Bombardier, Laval, TransCanada and Trans Mountain.
However, in Ontario, the trucking industry is also known as the “Hudson Express” and “Gulf” companies.
Ontario has strict laws and regulations that require all companies to have an auditing company to investigate complaints.
This means that companies can’t simply hire private investigators, and must also provide auditors with a written contract with a clause that says they can’t discuss their complaints publicly or discuss confidential business information with anyone except the auditing team.
There’s also a $10,000 fine for anyone who breaches this contract.
But the truckers aren’t just out for cash: some of them also get bonuses for delivering goods to their customers.
For example, Greyhound trucking in Ontario received a bonus of $100,000 last year, according to CBC News.
Companies are hiring a lot of people to help out the driversWhen it comes to hiring people to take on the day-to-day driving of the trucks, there’s a lot to consider.
For one thing, truckers in Canada need to be able to get through the week without a full-time driver.
A study published by the Canadian Trucking Association in 2017 found that the average annual earnings for drivers in Ontario in 2016 was $58,000, with the average weekly wage being $20,000.
But some companies are finding ways to increase the number of drivers on the road.
Bombardiers, for example, is hiring truckers to help it move its trucks to new locations in Alberta.
Companies need to take responsibility for their trucksOntario is a province with strict safety regulations, and it’s no surprise that truckers have to meet the same requirements as every other Canadian citizen.
According to Transport Canada, trucks must be equipped with seat belts, have air bags, be at least 18 inches in length and have a speed limit of 55 km/h.
In addition, the province requires that trucks have at least two crew members, which is a requirement in most countries.
It’s worth noting that companies are required to provide a written insurance policy to their drivers, which they must sign off on before they can be sold to customers.
They’re not the only ones doing it in OntarioIn recent years, trucking has become more competitive, with competition from both trucking firms and other industries.
For instance, there are more than 1,000 trucks registered in Ontario now, according the Ministry of Transportation.
But they’re not just competing with one another for jobs: there are also some major corporations that are actively poaching truckers, such as Canada’s biggest trucking company, Trans Mountain, and its competitors, Trans Canada and Kinder Morgan.
This is what a recent report from the Canada Revenue Agency found: “Trans Mountain has been hiring trucking drivers, with a target of 1,200 to 1,500 in 2018.
The company’s drivers are currently employed by the company in Ontario.
In 2018, Transmountain hired approximately 565 drivers and was paid approximately $15 million in total compensation to drivers.”
Trans Mountain also has a $4.7 billion loan guarantee for its Canadian operations.
Trucking companies in Ontario can’t just hire private detectives or have private investigators investigate complaintsIt’s not just the companies that are recruiting private investigators.
There are also a number other companies that use the same business models to recruit workers.
There is also a Canadian Truckers Association website that provides information on the industry.
Some of these companies have already begun recruiting truckers from other provinces.
For more on trucking, check out this guide to trucking.