What if you went to the grocery store with your list in hand and more than half the everyday items you needed weren’t there? Have you ever wondered how everything you use is somehow magically right where you need it? In your local grocery store, your pharmacy, and your favourite clothing store? It isn’t magic, it is the work of some very diligent people and essential trucking companies, pillars of our entire economy. Just about every business sector relies on trucking. If it suddenly came to a halt, Canada’s economy would, quite frankly, become paralyzed.
During these unprecedented times, it’s become crystal clear that the trucks on the road are not only essential, they are saving lives across the country. They are bringing us everyday goods, spanning from raw materials, food, medicine like the much-needed Covid-19 vaccines and so much more. Here are just five of the important jobs that the trucking industry is fulfilling for Canada’s population and economy.
- Provide perishable foods across all provinces.
- Provide ATM machines with money for you to access.
- Deliver crude oil, equipment and supplies that keep refineries operating.
- Deliver supplies, including lumber, steel, hardware and concrete mixing materials to building worksites.
Needless to say, trucks are essential for us to flourish and grow as an economy.
So, it stands to reason that we must ensure that the trucking industry and the labourers who work in it are not only surviving but thriving. That is where a company that provides protection to this entire industry steps into the picture. A protective warranty company ensures that if a mechanical problem occurs with a truck they will work to get the trucks back on the road as quickly as possible. The Canadian Truck Warranty Company keeps these other essential companies running smoothly so we get our deliveries on time. It is a beautiful symbiotic relationship.
As president and Ceo of The Canadian Truck Warranty, Paul Donofrio has a nuanced understanding of the unique challenges in the trucking environment. He has been able to provide the best strategies for companies that work with him on how to appropriately address challenges that may be encountered, especially in a time of such economic uncertainty. Dario Spadavecchia is the charismatic Executive VP that knows how to speak to people, literally, he speaks 5 languages! He has an innate ability to deliver exceptional customer service and build a team that surpasses expectations every time. Jennifer Prummel VP of Sales and Rowen Power, Director of Operations round out this fabulous team. Their meticulous attention to detail has made this company a successful powerhouse of protection for the trucking industry.
What would happen if the trucks all suddenly vanished from our roads? Within the first 24 hours, mail delivery would stop, gas and service stations would begin to run out of fuel and hospitals would run out of basic supplies. In 72 hours cash would run out of the banks, waste would pile up from a lack of waste removal trucks, and food shortages would be out of control. The trucking industry supports Canadians and our economy. They are the backbone of this country.