2017 MCE

Complete coverage of the 2017 Management Conference and Exhibition at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 21-25, 2017.

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Truck fueled with diesel

The U.S. average retail price of diesel fuel increased 1 cent to $2.797 a gallon, the Department of Energy reported Oct. 23.

Logistics giant XPO Logistics reported it would hire more than 6,000 seasonal workers for its U.S. contract operations during the holiday season.

One thing was clear after the latest round of talks aimed at renegotiating terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement ended in Washington, D.C., last week. We aren’t very close to a new deal on NAFTA.

Just over a year ago, I delivered my first State of the Industry address at American Trucking Associations’ annual Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas — four months after taking over as president and CEO of ATA. Then as now, I am honored to lead this prestigious organization.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is placing the $33,005 it made from auctioning decommissioned road signs into its highway repair fund.

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Brad Klepper of Drivers Legal Plan, ATA Chairman Kevin Burch and ATA President Chris Spear cut the ribbon to officially open the 2017 MCE exhibit hall. (Joseph Terry/Transport Topics)

ATA Chairman Kevin Burch on Fox

About 13 hours after President Donald Trump saluted ATA Chairman and Jet Express President Kevin Burch for his 40-plus years in trucking, Burch appeared on Fox News' "Fox & Friends" morning program Oct. 12, pointing out that the need for small-business tax reform shouldn't be a partisan issue.

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U.S. Xpress reached a deal to spend more than $200 million to buy 1,400 International LT semi-tractor sleeper trucks and 265 day cabs from Navistar International Corp.

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Covenant, Werner Report Strong Third-Quarter Earnings

Three publicly traded carriers reported results on Oct. 19 with two reporting profits better than 2016 and one with a decline in the third quarter.

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