The Canadian trucking industry is in a perfect storm

Oppy Transport, which falls under well-known Oppenheimer Group, has offices in Calgary, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Newark and Tampa Bay. Shipping and logistics issues aren't limited to just one country - with the changes in USA legislation, increases in traffic congestion and more companies wanting to consolidate their storage, Oppy is working around these issues on a national scale. The Grower Calling podcast with host Becky Dumais, editorial assistant at The Grower explores these topics in our podcast with Stewart Lepage, director of transporation at Oppy Transport, based in Calgary, Alberta.

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Monday, June 11, 2018

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