MISSISSAUGA, ON, July 28, 2017 /CNW/ - On July 27, UPS Canada hosted a Circle of Honor ceremony to celebrate drivers who have achieved 25 years of safe driving. A total of 16 drivers were inducted in the elite Circle of Honor raising the number to 180 with an additional four drivers being recognized for more than 30 years of safe-driving. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation for Ontario, joined the ceremony and delivered opening remarks to UPS employees. UPS's 102,000 drivers worldwide are among the safest on the roads, logging more than 3 billion miles per year and delivering more than 5 billion packages annually.
In this photo (left to right): Craig Rayner, vice-president of automotive, UPS Canada, Kim Stevenson, director of feeder operations, UPS Canada, Dan Shea, vice-president of human resources, Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, Christoph Atz, president of UPS Canada, Sean Griffin, vice-president of operations and Brent Stevens, vice-president of transportation are joined by newly inducted UPS Canada Circle of Honor drivers.
SOURCE UPS Canada Ltd.