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Trucking Industry In Canada & Its Role In The Canadian Economy


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Canada’s trucking industry is a very integral part of the Canadian economy & the transportation sector in Canada. Highly dependent on the laws of road safety. Furthermore, the rules & regulations that relates heavily with heavy vehicles on the Canadian highways. At the same time driving heavy vehicles and trucks needs some important understanding of the Canadian highways. Apart from this, the roads that are very wide in terms of their size. Used for the sake of supply chain for bigger companies and in warehouses it’s indeed a massive role player and contributor to Canadian economy. Trucks are not only used for commuting from one city to another city. Hence, also from one Canadian province to another. On top of this, these heavy vehicles are also used vitally for sake of commuting from Canada to United States. Apart from this, other countries nearby example Mexico.

Trucks are manufactured according to the laws of technology that demands excellence in terms of road safety & usage of manpower. In addition to these, the flexibility elements for example features that includes suspensions that moves the truck up and down. At the same time heavy vehicles used for the sake of loading and unloading for supply chain are manufactured differently. Especially, in ways that demands excellence according to the quality assurance procedures.

In Canada, the role is evident in many diversified sectors that includes retail industry supply chain. Also in automobile sector, while moving vehicles from one place to another (demands safety) & construction industry. Hence, finally in the waste management sector. All the sectors are mandatory units in the Canadian economy and outlays heavy profits to the economy on an annual basis. Obviously, the truck drivers’ needs to pass certain fitness tests that are on the basis of mental and physical fitness of the drivers. Thus, a career in trucking industry is highly demanding & needs excellence.


If you feel that you are indeed a good candidate for a career in the trucking industry. Than definitely, you must fulfill certain key criterion. These are practices that should match the demands of the industry. You should not only have good driving skills. But, also mandatory skills needed to communicate as a truck driver travelling from one place to another. At the same time you must pass the driving test that is for truck driving in Canada. Ironically, which demands driving with road safety rules. Importantly, the focus that is much demanded for long journeys.

The trucking industry in Canada has more job opportunities than any other field. More precisely as there is a need for young blood in the trucking sector. Obviously, as there is a huge concentration of drivers that are in their age of retirement. Hence, there is a gap in employment due to the increase in rate of retirement and that gap needs to be filled up through hiring of new truck drivers. These are truck drivers that should be young and energetic. It is much expected by 2024 that the gap will be about to be approximately 50,000 drivers. Thus, it will create automatically heavy opportunities for the young drivers to keep the Canadian wheels rolling on the roads of North America.

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Hence, it is indeed a good career, naturally as it gives a huge boost to the overall Canadian economy. The economy has huge dependencies on supply chain. Additionally, as online shopping is one of the biggest trends in the continent North America. Especially, in Canada it is increasing every year on a much faster and rapid pace. Hence, what exactly the e-commerce and online shopping industry demands is timely commuting. Furthermore, the management of the health & safety requirements that are needed to maintain on the massive Canadian roads.

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MBE Digital Media Team
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