Erb Transport driver wins
Canadian national laurels
Sep 20, 2011 10:09 AM
Erb Transport announced that Stewart Jutzi has won the Canadian National Professional Truck Driving Championship for the Straight Truck Class. This event was held September 8–11, 2011, in Calgary, Alberta.
Jutzi, representing Team Ontario, competed against fellow Provincial Champion straight truck drivers from six other teams: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and the Maritime provinces. Each participant completed a written test, a practical truck inspection, and the driving course competition consisting of seven obstacles. Jutzi finished the day with 470 points out of a possible 500.
Team Ontario also won the Team Award at the National Professional Truck Driving Championship. Team Ontario was represented by: Jutzi (straight truck), Clary Ward from Con-way Freight (single/single), Bryon Winfield from Home Hardware Stores (single/tandem), Preetpal Nijjar from Canada Cartage Systems (tandem/tandem), and Bryan Heyworth from SLH Transport (B trains).
Jutzi has been a member of the Erb Transport Baden Terminal team since 1984 and a professional driver for 23 years. He won the Ontario Truck Driving Championship Straight Truck Class in July and also the Grand Champion Award.
The Erb Group of Companies has more than 1,200 employees and 140 owner-operators. It consists of Erb Enterprises Inc, Erb Transport Ltd, Erb International Inc, Erb Transport Inc, Erb Transportation Solutions Inc, and K-DAC Enterprises Inc. More than 1,800 companies rely on the Erb Group of Companies for delivery of time- and temperature-controlled products to 24,000-plus consignees. Erb offers more than 800 power units and 1,000 refrigerated trailers.
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