And we continue with the March 29 2017 action-
NOW, what can better a better, a more cool, more evocative name for a carrier...than ARCHER?
I mean, I ask you....
Look at the trailer -it's ARCHER'S
Priority Logistics is based in Kansas City and they have a Toronto branch in Mississauga - at Interport apparently. Note to Ruffin51 - another heated container.
When did they cease production of Sterling trucks? This green dumper must be getting fairly old.
Here is a Peterbilt (587?) with a walking floor "dump" trailer. Maybe hauling asphalt to a paving job.
An older Freightliner from a "Brampton Boyz" carrier - Hi Star Group.
The obligatory "Zoom" scene at this spot - we are at the top of a small grade and the slower trucks often get passed here.
CA Transport from Quebec in a newer Western Star.
Donnelly Farms from HArtland NB (same as much larger carrier Day & Ross) bringing fruits/veggies into Toronto.
Two Quebec Steel haulers finish this group of ten. The first is Transport R.D.R. from Barrute. It's hauling a Btrain of steel wire mesh held down with straps. Now, I have been watching a "YOUTUBE Trucker" called Supertrucker Dan, a flat deck owner operator leased to Mercer. He hauled a load of this tyype of steel recently and wrecked 12 straps from all the small edges on this stuff. Why don't they use chains to hold the steel down? Chains won't get ripped. Of course, the RDR driver might be more familiar with this cargo and know how to load it properly.
The last picture is another Prostar hauling steel - this time from Transforce carrier Durocher from Ste-Felix-Du-Kingsey.
Another load of plate steel.
And are a few more to edit from March 29 so stay tuned.