North America’s largest trucking companies continued growth in 2022 despite a weaker freight environment
Recruiting the truckers of tomorrow is a top priority for trucking companies preparing for years to come
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Top Motor Vehicle/Driveaway Carriers
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United Road Services and Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport revenue is for 2019.
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While mergers and acquisitions alter the business landscape, top for-hire carriers grew revenues across segments in 2022
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FedEx Corp. posted a higher profit than Wall Street expected in its most recent quarter, but trimmed expectations for the full-year period.
Executives across multiple segments of the trucking industry expect the freight environment to take considerable time to improve substantially.
CLEVELAND — Doug Nickles from FedEx Freight earned his first TMCSuperTech grand champion honor at ATA's Technology & Maintenance Council’s National Technicians Skills Competition.
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, a family-run chain of truck stops founded nearly 60 years ago, topped storied firms like IBM, Nike and Apple in a new ranking of employee well-being.
UPS Inc. will pay out the biggest portion of its new labor pact over the next 12 months while trying to win back customers it lost during the contentious contract talks, CEO Carol Tomé said.
Estes was among the first commercial for-hire carriers to sign up to pilot emerging technology developed by Remora.
Two more companies including UPS have been granted approval to fly drones beyond the sight of ground operators in a key step that could eventually enable widespread package delivery.