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Triple Eight Transport Attains Clean Carrier Certification from BC Trucking Association

(LANGLEY, January 18, 2024) – Triple Eight Transport Inc., a distinguished member carrier of the BC Trucking Association (BCTA), achieves a significant milestone as the latest recipient of Clean Carrier Certification. This prestigious recognition marks Triple Eight Transport’s unwavering commitment to environmental sustainability and sets a new benchmark for excellence in the trucking industry.

Administered by BCTA, the Clean Carrier Program aims to spotlight and recognize carriers actively contributing to a cleaner and more eco-conscious future for the goods movement sector. Triple Eight Transport, a leader in transportation services, has successfully met and surpassed the high standards of the program.

Dave Earle, President and CEO of BCTA, commended Triple Eight Transport’s accomplishment, stating, “We extend our congratulations to Triple Eight Transport for their dedication to sustainability. By achieving Clean Carrier Certification, they exemplify the industry’s commitment to reducing environmental impact. It’s a proud moment for both Triple Eight Transport and BCTA.”

This certification signifies not only Triple Eight Transport’s dedication to environmental stewardship but also positions them as a frontrunner in integrating sustainable practices into their operations. The company’s proactive approach to reducing its carbon footprint aligns with the Clean Carrier Program’s vision for a more environmentally responsible trucking industry.

Pardeep Arora, Director of Triple Eight Transport, expressed his enthusiasm for the accomplishment. “Attaining Clean Carrier certification reflects our ongoing commitment to sustainable practices. Triple Eight Transport is proud to be part of a transformative movement within the industry, and we look forward to inspiring others to follow suit.”

Triple Eight Transport joins the ranks of pioneering carriers leading the way in sustainable transportation practices. Their achievement will be highlighted on the Clean Carrier Program website and promotional materials, showcasing their positive influence on the industry’s ongoing environmental journey.

For more information about the Clean Carrier Program and how carriers can achieve certification, please visit


About the BC Trucking Association

The BC Trucking Association (BCTA), a member-based, non-profit, non-partisan advocacy organization, is the recognized voice of the provincial motor carrier industry, representing over 1,200 truck and motor coach fleets and over 250 suppliers to the industry.  BCTA members operate over 13,000 vehicles, employ 26,000 people, and generate over $2 billion in revenue annually in the province. For more information visit

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