Wednesday, November 2, 2011
In developing the new format, Randall-Reilly will work closely with the California Trucking Assoication and other western-based associations to create content and attract association members. "We are excited to be a significant contributing sponsor to the new Great West Truck Show," says Mike Campbell, California Trucking Association executive vice president and chief executive officer. "With the significant changes to the venue and content, Great West will be the most relevant annual event for our industry in the West. Our membership, officers and board will all have an active role in providing support, generating attendance and delivering content to ensure the event's success."
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Several local companies and agencies sponsored the "Teens and Trucks" program -- which is the first of its kind in California. The California Trucking Association says the Valley is the best place to unveil the tutorial because of the high amount of trucks on local roads.
(Michael Shaw attended the event and spoke to the Teens.)
Michael Shaw was seen on the news clip on ABC
Friday, September 2, 2011
"Hot surfaces added to tires rolling along that road, that could increase the heat inside the tire and cause issues," said Michael Shaw, Vice President of External Affairs for the California Trucking Association.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Según Al García, presidente de la asociación de camioneros de California, compañías manejan más seguras que antes ya que se han reducido los accidentes y las muertes en las carreteras.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
BALBOA PARK - It takes much longer for an 80,000 pound truck to stop than it takes for a 3,000 pound car. "The physics involved is pretty obvious," observed Michael Shaw an executive with the California Trucking Association.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Where did CARB get the 84 percent number? Where is the data that CARB used to calculate this fantastic number? Those are questions the California Trucking Association posed to Board members in two separate letters. The answers equate to "we are that going to tell you". In fact, CARB's regulatory filings have gone as far to say that no such data exists.
Friday, July 8, 2011
The California Trucking Association has been warning its members for more than two months to prepare for the event, said Michael Shaw, CTA External Affairs Executive Director.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
CTA executive director of external affairs Michael Shaw pointed out that in addition to criteria at the federal level used to determine worker classification, most notably through the Internal Revenue Service, a slew of California agencies have varied criteria for determining worker classification--many of which do not correlate to each other. A proper test for determining classification, Shaw said, is one of the things that needs to be discussed with Perez.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
I am A Terra Nova High School senior applying for a college scholarship to the California Trucking Association. As such, they have asked that I prepare a letter for publication in my local newspaper explaining the importance of the trucking industry to this country. So I have done some research and have come up with some interesting statistics.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
The free event begins at 7am at the Hyatt Regency, 200 S. Pine Ave. but an RSVP is required by contacting Adrian Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 562-590-4110. Among the speakers are Dan Smith of the Tioga Group, Jon Gold of the National Retail Federation, Frank J. Baragona, a shipping executive with CMA CGM/America, Ed DeNike of SSA Containers, Clarence Gooden of CSX Corporation and Josh Owen, an executive with the California Trucking Association.