Florida state Sen. Tom Wright presented a $3.8 million ceremonial check to an east-central school district to fund a new commercial driver license training facility.August 9, 2023
Seeking to get more truck drivers on the road, colleges in Georgia and Wyoming are expanding their commercial driver license programs.May 31, 2023
Stellantis NV and Renault SA are turning to their own ranks to tackle a shortage of truck drivers that’s leaving thousands of vehicles stranded away from dealerships and customers.
A Cleveland-based startup has a solution to the trucker shortage: matchmaking. Software company Drive My Way lets drivers create profiles where they describe what they’re looking for in a working relationship.
SAN DIEGO — American Trucking Associations revealed Oct. 25 that it estimates the shortfall of professional drivers has decreased slightly to 78,000 for this year.
Good labor is hard to find, and it’s only getting harder. Recent research sponsored by DDC FPO determined how labor, skill, and work ethic shortages – particularly in customer service and inside sales roles – impact carriers and third-party logistics providers.August 1, 2022
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Accelerated retirements, an aging workforce, a decadeslong declining birthrate and low unemployment rate continue to cause challenges for the trucking industry as it seeks to overcome the 80,000-plus driver shortage.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor has partnered with American Trucking Associations for an apprenticeship program that could play a significant role in easing the industry’s driver shortage, and presents motor carriers with an opportunity to directly work with and train new entrants to boost their driving ranks.