At a time when our political system has grown so adversarial, I believe trucking threads a needle of common purpose.
Last month, ATA reached its 90th year. For nine decades, ATA and its 50 state trucking associations have been the leading voice for our industry in Washington and every state Capitol.
Four decades in trucking have shown me how much opportunity this industry creates.
The trucking industry is the backbone of the economy. Finding the right balance between cutting emissions and continuing to effectively meet demand is our ultimate green mission.
It is troubling that the government is pushing the regulation of fleet electrification in a way that could slow down rather than accelerate electric adoption by truck customers.
Suhash Harwani of Quest Diagnostics writes: the emerging evidence propels an argument that employers — particularly in the transportation sector — should stay vigilant on drug testing.
Amid the ongoing driver shortage, transportation companies must consider all the ways prospective and current drivers interact with their business, Atlas Logistics' Phil Wahl says.
As shippers continue to contend with supply chain disruption, they’re simultaneously experiencing another risk: historic levels of cargo theft, Loadsure's Jim Heide writes in a perspective.
ATA Chairman Dan Van Alstine shares his takeaways and experiences after attending the State of the Union.
American Trucking Associations, the Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers and the Harbor Trucking Association jointly support a recently released Notice of Proposed Rulemaking from the Federal Maritime Commission that seeks to expand the timeliness and overall level of detail and transparency for detention and demurrage invoices coming from common carrier billing parties that provide ocean carriage and storage of freight.December 12, 2022