Jean-Marc Picard, the longtime head of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Affiliation, will now tackle a nationwide position as normal supervisor of the Canadian Transportation Tools Affiliation (CTEA).
He succeeds Suzy Leveille, who’s retiring after holding the position for 5 years, and formally assumes the place on Oct. 5.
CTEA, initially established because the Canadian Truck Physique Tools Affiliation in 1963, performs a key position in cooperative testing that helps producers meet security requirements, supporting specialty car manufacturing.
Picard served the APTA for 12 years.
“We’re more than happy to have Jean-Marc be a part of the CTEA as our new normal supervisor, and it’s a bonus he’ll be capable to be a part of us fore our annual convention in Victoria,” stated CTEA chairman Blair Norberg.