The Canadian Cancer Society recommends starting with 10 minutes of activity and building up to at least half an hour of activity a day. They also have great resources about eating well and have a list of foods that may help prevent disease. Let’s look at...
The beginning of a new year is a time for reflection. Many business owners and managers, including those in the trucking industry, take time to look back at the previous year and plan for the new one. While you may not be making resolutions for your trucking business, you should be setting goals. Those goals will determine what actions you need to take in 2021 to continue to achieve success.
Obviously, some of your goals will focus on driver recruitment. In 2020, recruiting and retention...
March 8 - #BalanceforBetter
Women have pioneered in freight transportation since the evolution of the trucking industry. Underrepresented and often underestimated, women have continued to carve a spot for themselves in trucking. Company drivers, owner/operators, dispatchers, safety specialists, mechanics and many fleet and company owners are proudly represented by women of trucking today. Today we celebrate you.
International Women’s Day call to action this year is to ‘Better the Balance...
Happy National Trucking Week!
This week is a time to celebrate all the hard working people that make the Canadian trucking industry one of the most country's most important sectors.
The industry employs more than 400,000 Canadians and represents 3.1% of total male employment in Canada, according to the 2016 census.
Thank you to all of you who choose to work for Kupar Enterprises, we truly appreciate everything you do.