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ACSIQ : Association des chefs en sécurité incendie au Québec

ACSIQ http://www.acsiq.qc.ca

Association of Fire Chiefs Quebec has existed since 1968 and aims to bring together those with a control station working in the field of prevention and fight against fires.

Association of Fire Chiefs of Quebec is a non-profit organization which brings together nearly 1,200 managers spread across 650 cities, municipalities, industries and institutions of the province. The organizational structure is composed of a chairman, a vice-president, a secretary-treasurer, twelve regional directors and managers spread across thirty sectors to represent all regions of Quebec. They are grouped into three chapters, permanent, part-time and industry.

NAFA : Fleet Management Association

NAFA http://www.nafa.org

NAFA is the world’s premier not-for-profit association for professionals who manage fleets of sedans, public safety vehicles, trucks, and buses of all types and sizes, and a wide range of military and off-road equipment for organizations across the globe. NAFA is the association for the diverse vehicle fleet management profession regardless of organizational type, geographic location, or fleet composition. NAFA provides its members with a full range of products and services, including statistical research, publications, regional chapter meetings, government representation, seminars, online information, and an annual Institute & Expo.

CTCQ : Comité technique de camionnage du Québec

CTCQ http://www.ctcq.ca

Technical Committee of the Quebec Trucking is a non-profit organization that began in 1975 while a score of fleet managers met on a regular basis to make a sharing of knowledge on the technical aspects and management. Over the years, the C.T.C.Q. has gained popularity and today seeks to meet ever-growing needs of its members. Therefore, the committee directs its efforts on the technical aspects and management of maintenance programs and repair standards on acquisition and use of equipment and systems. In other words, C.T.C.Q. provides its members with the expertise and knowledge that will enable them to more effectively manage their fleet, and tries to facilitate the exchange of technical information and improve the mechanical knowledge and working methods.

AMETVS : Association des manufacturiers d’équipements de transport (Le pôle)

transportail http://www.transportail.com

Pole comes from a willingness to combine efforts from the Association of Manufacturers of Transportation Equipment and Special Vehicles (AMETVS), in operation since 2000, and four niches of excellence in ground transportation AGREEMENT Quebec :

  • Providers and suppliers for commercial vehicles, special vehicles and recreational products, Centre-du-Québec (agreement signed in June 2007);
  • Ground transportation advanced Laurentides (agreement signed in June 2007);
  • Advanced technologies of transport equipment and logistics, Monteregie (agreement signed in March 2008);
  • Vehicles and elastomers, Estrie (agreement signed in August 2008).

For several years, these actors worked together to carry out joint projects, and in this sense, an interregional transport table was set up at the end of the year 2008 providing for specific operating rules.

Thus, in order to optimize resources and expertise while maintaining a strong image of the sector in Quebec, AMETVS and niches of excellence in ground transportation AGREEMENT agreed to officially unite their efforts to create a single pole representing the overall interests of the industry in Quebec land transport.

Today, the center brings together more than 350 charter members and nearly 1,000 member businesses in the industry and is the industry standard manufacturing land vehicles in Quebec.

His fields of expertise involved in manufacturing of transport vehicles:

  • Special vehicles
  • RV
  • commercial vehicles
  • Rail vehicles
  • Transit vehicles
  • Adapted vehicles
  • Military Vehicles (defense and security)
  • Electric vehicles
  • Other vehicles