Complete coverage of the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show from the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., March 21-24.
Investor interest in trucking technology remains strong, as venture capital firms have recently put a total of $100 million into two firms that seek to upgrade the way data is used to ensure driver compliance, monitor vehicles, and make fleet operations more efficient.
President Donald Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending measure March 23 averting a government shutdown at midnight, acting just hours after saying he was considering a veto.
SmartDrive Systems, a provider of video systems and analysis for fleets and drivers, is launching a new risk-management platform that combines data from a variety of sources.
The anything-goes approach meant to bring autonomous vehicles to Florida won’t change after the first fatal collision.
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has requested information on the use of automated technologies in the transportation of hazardous materials, according to a document published in the Federal Register March 22.
DHL eCommerce launched a same-day and next-day delivery service for online retailers that is targeted to compete with Amazon, FedEx Corp., UPS Inc., and the U.S. Postal Service.
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Motor carriers that haul livestock will be exempted from the federal electronic logging device mandate until Sept. 30 under language included in a $1.3 trillion omnibus funding measure the U.S. House of Representatives advanced March 22.
Photos from the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., March 21-24, 2018.
How will technology and innovation change the business of transportation and logistics? That’s a question we are exploring as part of a series of articles on the theme, “Navigating the Future,” in Transport Topics this year.
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A unique ranking of the third-party logistics companies in North America includes listings of the largest freight brokerage firms, freight forwarders, warehouse operators and dedicated contract carriage service providers.
Annual rankings provide an indispensable overview of the largest for-hire carriers in North America, along with timely analysis of trends shaping the industry.
Beverage and food service fleets dominate the top spots in this comprehensive rundown of private carriers in North America, ranked by number of tractors.
Key data on revenue and freight assets for the 50 largest global freight carriers.
A new bill that would open interstate trucking opportunities to people between the ages of 18 and 21 was introduced in the House of Representatives March 21.