So, you’ve hired a truck driver. Now how do you retain them over the long haul?
The Transportation Intermediaries Association was extremely disappointed that the Supreme Court elected not to hear California Trucking Association's challenge to the Ninth Circuit ruling.
Today’s young people want to live and work in diverse and inclusive communities, and are looking for companies that share that vision. U.S. Xpress President Eric Fuller says he can address these issues within his company, but it is the responsibility of all trucking leaders to look out for the industry.
The year 2020 has been one of endless challenges, even though it began with tremendous optimism that portended a year of record growth for the trucking industry.
In the modern era of technology, one thing is certain: everyone wants your data.
Your customers view your product as a commodity. Rogue competitors lurk, willing to offer your customers a cheaper short-term deal. Rate increases are only achieved if market forces allow them, not whether you need them. Are we talking about the trucking industry or the insurance industry?
As the National Transportation Safety Board cites sleep apnea as a factor in New York City-area train crashes, the need for sleep apnea testing and treatment regulations will once again come to the forefront. The NTSB has been advocating for measures to reduce fatigue-related accidents in the transportation industry for years.
When searching for cost-cutting opportunities executives often overlook established, industry-common practices that, if better managed, could greatly improve bottom line results. For the trucking industry, here are four common practices worth a second look: suggestions on how to estimate the profit opportunity associated with each and one common solution.January 23, 2017
They say that information is as important as the freight, as if that’s a recent idea. It isn’t.January 2, 2017