The Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Network (DNA) organized a panel discussion on October 23rd at the Capital Banquet Hall in Mississauga to discuss the role “new” Canadians/non-traditional domestic sources can play in solving the driver shortage problem and as an industry what needs to be done to embrace them.
Moderated by Mike McCarron from Wheels Group M&A, the panel comprised of Mark Seymour from Kriska Transportation, Angela Splinter from Trucking Human Resources Canada, Guy Broderick from Apps Cartage, Manan Gupta from Road Today Magazine and Roman Wiktorowicz from Truck N’ Roll Magazine.
The Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Network (DNA) is an international organization of professional men and women in all areas and levels of transportation and logistics. Its members represent all facets of Canadian and International transportation related activities including traffic, distribution, logistics, warehousing, insurance and supply chain management.
The mandate of the organization is to provide education and awareness of the most current industry issues through regularly scheduled dinners and meetings while offering both an atmosphere and venue for open networking and fellowship.
For more information, visit www.deltanualpha.ca