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Centurion Trucking Becomes the Newest Clean Carrier Certified Through the BC Trucking Association

(LANGLEY, January 17, 2024)- Centurion Trucking Inc. proudly announces it is now Clean Carrier Certified through the BC Trucking Association (BCTA). This accomplishment highlights Centurion Trucking’s dedicated efforts toward environmental sustainability, reinforcing its commitment to responsible practices within the trucking industry.

Administered by BCTA, the Clean Carrier Program shines a spotlight on carriers actively contributing to a cleaner and eco-conscious future for the goods movement sector. Centurion Trucking has successfully demonstrated its commitment to environmental stewardship through participation in the program.

“Our congratulations to Centurion Trucking for their commitment to the Program,” stated Cory Paterson, BCTA Vice President. “By earning Clean Carrier Certification, they highlight our shared commitment to advancing sustainable practices in the trucking industry. It is a positive step forward for Centurion Trucking and a testament to their environmental responsibility.”

Centurion Trucking’s commitment aligns with the Clean Carrier Program’s vision for a more environmentally responsible trucking industry, and their certification will position them as a proactive player in integrating eco-friendly practices in their operations. Centurion Trucking will be listed alongside other certified carrier members leading the way in sustainable transportation practices on the program’s website. Shippers can now easily access this comprehensive list of certified carriers, providing them with a valuable resource for making sustainable choices in goods movement.

Vice President of Transportation at Centurion Trucking Inc. and Chair of BCTA’s Sustainability Committee, Dean Moore, expresses his delight in achieving this significant milestone. “The Clean Carrier Certification holds special significance, aligning with our commitment to sustainable practices. I am proud to be part of a company contributing to a transformative movement in the industry, emphasizing the crucial role sustainable practices play in preserving our environment. We look forward to continuing our role as an industry leader in providing reliable and eco-friendly transportation services and eagerly anticipate inspiring others to join us on this transformative journey,” says Moore.

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