The Federal Response to a Disrupted Supply Chain
January 19, 2022
By the end of last year, the long-awaited $1 trillion infrastructure policy bill was signed into law, the holiday season saw the vast majority of packages delivered with minimal delays, and the USDOT announced more than $241 million in grants to domestic ports.
Investing in the Future of the Supply Chain
December 21, 2021
While the pandemic exacerbated weaknesses in the global supply chain, new opportunities for the trucking industry to grow domestically have also been uncovered.
The Economic Impact of Supply Chain Disruptions
November 4, 2021
While some ports have announced a move to 24/7 operations, supply chain disruptions are expected to persist through 2022 and - with holiday season around the corner - what does this mean for the nation's retailers?
Supply & Demand: How Ports Operate in a Stretched Supply Chain
June 29, 2021
For the last nine months, ports have seen record container volumes with movement limited and more supplies needed. As a lynchpin of our supply chain, managing a port requires high-functioning information systems to predict and plan for supply and demand as well as communicating with every link in the value chain.
Understanding the Global Distribution of a Cure in Real-Time
February 16, 2021
With a new administration comes a new plan, 100 million vaccines in 100 days. Who is helping to get us there and how? Vice President of Global Healthcare Strategy and Marketing for UPS, Dan Gagnon, joins TT's Dan Ronan to discuss the global rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, cooperating with companies like FedEx for national distribution efforts, and whether this will be a defining moment for UPS.
Delivering a Cure
December 22, 2020
President Life Sciences and Healthcare for DHL, Larry St Onge, joins TT's Dan Ronan for a conversation about managing the shipments of the Pfizer vaccine, and what care is being taken to ensure safe delivery. Watch now!
NACFE Begins Three-Year Program to Discover Best Routes for Electric Trucks
February 26, 2020
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency announced at 2020 TMC that it is beginning a three-year program to identify what it calls “high-potential” regional routes that are well-suited to running electric trucks. Dan Ronan, Transport Topics associate news editor of print and multimedia, reports.
The Importance of Honesty Between Fleets and Service Dealers at 2020 TMC
February 25, 2020
Government reporter Eleanor Lamb recaps the managers and trucking executives discussion about how to maximize uptime at 2020 TMC on Feb. 25.
Automated and Electric Concerns at 2020 TMC
February 24, 2020
Transport Topics Features Editor Seth Clevenger recaps a three-part 2020 TMC work session on automated and electric vehicles, as well as platooning strategies.
Shippers' Advice to Truckers
October 6, 2019
Transport Topics Associate News Editor Dan Ronan recaps the MCE 2019 session in which shippers offered their perspective on critical issues to the trucking industry.
2018 Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery
December 15, 2018
Scenes of volunteer efforts captured on Wreaths Across America day at Arlington National Cemetery Dec. 15, 2018
Orchestrating the Supply Chain
August 22, 2018
What are shippers doing to orchestrate the supply chain? How are they tackling capacity, service, visibility and control? That's the focus of our Aug. 22 LiveOnWeb program, "Orchestrating the Supply Chain."
LiveOnWeb Preview: Logistics, Accelerated
April 11, 2018
Transport Topics Executive Editor Joe Howard previews the April 18 LiveOnWeb program, Logistics Accelerated, which looks at innovation and technology that is shaping the logistics industry.
ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello on 2017 as 'A Transition Year'
December 13, 2017
ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello (right) looks back on the 2017 year in trucking, calling it a "transition year" and expecting better things ahead for 2018. His interview with TT's Joe Howard is part of our Dec. 13 LiveOnWeb program, "2017 Year in Review."
Tom Poduch of Transervice Logistics on ELDs
August 23, 2017
Tom Poduch, director of design logistics at Transervice, talks about transitioning from AOBRDs to ELDs and other ELD topics with TT's Seth Clevenger. Part of our Aug. 28 LiveOnWeb program, "The ELD Landscape Ahead." bit.ly/TT-LOW0823
Russ Elliott on Melton Truck Lines' ELD Implementation
August 23, 2017
Russ Elliott, senior vice president of operations at Melton Truck Lines in Tulsa, Okla., tells TT's Seth Clevenger about his carrier's experience with ELD implementation. Part of our Aug. 23 LiveOnWeb: The ELD Landscape Ahead. Watch full program at bit.ly/TT-LOW0823.