Trucking companies waste $9,700 per driver per year on unnecessary costs

January 1, 2023

Trucking company owners waste an average of $9,700 per driver per year on poor processes and tools, according to BeyondTrucks Insights. The report suggests that process re-engineering and automation can help to address these costs, which can be up to twice the net margin for carriers. The report also looks at the impact of poor processes and tools on driver turnover and customer losses, and the differences in the root causes of process costs based on company size. 

BeyondTrucks

February 24, 2018

Having the right fleet for your business can give you an advantage over the competition and lower transportation costs. The question is: Should that fleet be private or dedicated. Learn how you can answer that in this report.

Ryder

February 19, 2018

To stay in top shape, your fleet needs to be well maintained. But that in itself can pose challenges – from managing several local providers to paying inconsistent rates and not being able to get your truck in the shop at a moment’s notice. 

Ryder

January 31, 2018

For the past decade and a half, those who predicted the driver shortage have offered their advice on curbing the shortage. While an abundance of information like this exists, it lacks one of the main insights companies can use to overcome the shortage and high turnover – the voice of truck drivers.

Ryder