TRUCKERS TO CO-SPONSOR
N. AMERICA TRADE MEET
WASHINGTON - Canadian, Mexican and U.S. government and business leaders will meet later this month in San Diego to examine trade opportunities between the three nations.
The two-day symposium Feb. 22-23, sponsored by the American Trucking Associations, Canacar (the Mexican trucking association) and the Canadian Trucking Association, precedes the ATA executive committee meeting scheduled for Feb. 23-25 at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego.
PUBLISHES SALARY STUDY
ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The National Accounting and Finance Council of the American Trucking Associations has published the 1991 edition of the "ATA Trucking Salaried Employees Compensation Study," which is designed to help companies develop and maintain competitive compensation programs.
The biannual, two-volume study is a compilation of compensation data gathered from questionnaires mailed to 91 private and publicly held companies. The study tracks compensation trends, providing historical salary comparisons for executive and terminal positions from 1987 through 1991. It also compares less-than-truckload and truckload and union and nonunion salary data.
For more information, contact NAFC, 2200 Mill Road, Alexandria, Va. 22314, or call (703) 838-1915.
ALLIED SURVEY SHOWS
POPULATION SHIFTS WEST
NAPERVILLE, Ill. - A survey by Allied Van Lines shows significant population movement into the wide open spaces of the Northwest, with people continuing to leave the crowded Northeast.
Although Washington, D.C., topped the moving company's list of inbound moves for the fourth consecutive year, the six states experiencing the greatest influx of new households were Oregon, Montana, Nevada, Alaska, Washington and Colorado.