Canadian Publishing Industry News
18 December 2019,     TORONTO
Last Printed Edition Of Truck News
 
Truck News is transitioning to an online format with the publishing of December, its final print edition. Newcom will continue to produce a print magazine, in the form of Today’s Trucking. The  editorial team for TruckNews magazine will be playing a much larger role in the publishing of Today’s Trucking. A completely redesigned of TruckNews.com will be launched in the new year. I
One of Newcom other trucking publications
One of Newcom other trucking publications
t will offer many new tools to enhance the news presentation. Truck News  will also continue to be active on social media. Truck News will be  creating  a new email newsletters to ensure a steady flow of news and insights from the trucking industry.
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