Special coverage of the 2017 Management Conference and Exhibition from the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 21-24, 2017.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Trucking and government leaders at American Trucking Associations’ annual Management Conference & Exhibition set their sights on solving perhaps the industry’s most persistent challenge — recruiting and retaining professional drivers.October 26, 2017
Although his term ended last week as chairman of American Trucking Associations, don’t count on Kevin Burch to fade away.October 26, 2017
It’s still a common question on college campuses when meeting a new student: “What’s your major?” At Auburn University, when students answer, “Supply Chain Management,” they seldom get quizzical looks.October 25, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. — American Trucking Associations’ annual conference culminated on Oct. 24 with the federation’s new chairman, Dave Manning, telling fellow members he will continue to push for greater investments in the country’s freight corridors to improve connectivity.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The secret to success in the trucking industry isn’t really much of a secret after all, according to four industry “legends.”October 24, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. — A new survey sponsored by American Trucking Associations shows widening public support for an increase in the gas tax.October 24, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. — Daimler Trucks North America continues its pursuit of automated driving technology, but that development path is focused not on “autonomous” trucks but advanced driver-assistance systems, CEO Roger Nielsen said.October 24, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. — Gleaming Class 8 trucks from all the truck makers stood out, surrounded by Tier One suppliers, such as Dana Inc., Meritor Inc. and Hendrickson USA, who were shoulder-to-shoulder with companies offering fuel services, electronics, corrosion control, sustainability and environmental technologies as well as tire and wheel products, among others — packing the aisles at American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exposition here Oct. 21-25.