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Today’s Trucking Canadian Email Magazine Subscribers

Today’s Trucking Canadian Email Magazine Subscribers is Canada’s premier trucking owner /operator and fleet publications.  Today’s Trucking subscribers look to the publication to stay current on the business of trucking, focusing on the common ground shared by all segments of Canada’s trucking industry.  Every issue is crafted to appeal to subscribers who make the business and purchasing decisions at their company, regardless of whether it’s a one-truck operation or one of Canada’s largest fleets. Subscribers rely on Today’s Trucking to help them understand equipment issues, regulatory concerns, technical challenges, and the future direction of Canada’s trucking industry. Today’s Trucking is, by far, the most read, most trusted, and most passed-along trade magazine in Canada’s trucking sector.  Every single reader operates a medium and/or heavy-duty truck (GVW class 6, 7 or 8), and has primary purchasing authority at their company. Today’s trucking subscribers look to the magazine for information on equipment focuses such as used trucks, engines, oils & lubricants, collision mitigation systems, transmissions, trailers, shop tools, powertrains, reefers, brakes, batters, ultracapacitors, and more.

SEGMENTS SELECTS

13,216 Total Universe / Universe Rate $300.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Today’s Trucking Canadian Magazine Email Subscribers is Canada’s premier trucking owner /operator and fleet publications.  Today’s Trucking subscribers look to the publication to stay current on the business of trucking, focusing on the common ground shared by all segments of Canada’s trucking industry.  Every issue is crafted to appeal to subscribers who make the business and purchasing decisions at their company, regardless of whether it’s a one-truck operation or one of Canada’s largest fleets. Subscribers rely on Today’s Trucking to help them understand equipment issues, regulatory concerns, technical challenges, and the future direction of Canada’s trucking industry. Today’s Trucking is, by far, the most read, most trusted, and most passed-along trade magazine in Canada’s trucking sector.  Every single reader operates a medium and/or heavy-duty truck (GVW class 6, 7 or 8), and has primary purchasing authority at their company. Today’s trucking subscribers look to the magazine for information on equipment focuses such as used trucks, engines, oils & lubricants, collision mitigation systems, transmissions, trailers, shop tools, powertrains, reefers, brakes, batters, ultracapacitors, and more.

 

Editorial content includes news and analysis, industry profiles, business environments, the economy, cross-border trucking, regulations, management, statistics, events, legislation, fuel, oils, greases, green trucking, company profiles, trucking maintenance, logistics programming, efficiencies, fleet maintenance, and more. Today’s Trucking takes into account trucks, truck tractors, trailers, buses, and off-road equipment.

 

Total Number of Motor Vehicle Fleets:

500+ Vehicles

100 - 499 Vehicles

25 - 99 Vehicles

10 - 24 Vehicles

5 - 9 Vehicles

1 - 4 Vehicles

 

Non-Truck Operators:

Manufacturers (Including trucks, buses, trailers, bodies, components, parts, supplies, or equipment).

New Vehicle Dealers – Trucks, tractors, trailers

Heavy Duty Wholesaler – components, parts, supplies, or equipment

Independent Fleet Service / Repair Specialist

Others Allied to the Field

 

Job Titles:

Owner, Partner, Chairman, Director, Vice President, General Manager, Vice President Operations, Manager

Vice President Finance, Vice President Purchasing, Controller, Secretary Treasurer, Purchasing Manager, Accountant, Buyer

Vice President Maintenance, Maintenance Manager, Fleet Superintendent, Fleet Manager, Service Manager, Garage Manager, Safety Manager, Lead Head Mechanic

Terminal Manager, Branch Manager, District Manager, Traffic Manager, Distribution Manager, Warehouse Manager, Plant Manager

Vice President Sales, Vice President Marketing, Sales Manager, Marketing Manager, Truck / Trailer Salesman

Others Allied to the Field

 

Purchasing Authority:

Vehicle Appearance – Paints, Markings, New or Replacement Parts

Replacement Parts – Filters, Electrical, Lighting, Brakes, Engine Parts, Suspension, and Exhaust

Major Replacement Components – Engines, Transmissions, Axles

Oils, Additives, Lubricants

Shop, Equipment & Tools

Equipment Leasing

Fleet Tracking

Insurance, Permits, Tracking

Used Trucks and Trailers

 

Type of Fleet:

Construction, Mining, Sand & Gravel

Petroleum, Dry Bulk, Chemicals, Tanks

Manufacturing, Processing

Retail, Wholesale, Delivery

Logging, Lumber

Bus Transportation

Moving & Storage

Waste Management

Other

 

This comprehensive list is ideal for marketers who want to reach decision-makers receptive to offers from industry publications, fleet management, inbound and outbound logistics personnel, safety products, continuing education providers, credit card issuers, and more.

 

 

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ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

Total Number in Fleet $20.00/M
Province $20.00/M
Job Title $20.00/M
Employee Size $20.00/M
Purchasing Authority $20.00/M
Type of Fleet $20.00/M
HTML Transmission $75.00/M
Suppression $150.00/F

 

ADDRESSING

Key Coding $5.00/M
FTP Delivery $100.00/F
Email (flat fee) $100.00/F
HTML Transmission $75.00/M
Suppression $150.00/F