Aaron Huff is the Senior Editor of Commercial Carrier Journal. Huff’s career in the transportation industry began at a family-owned trucking company and expanded to CCJ, where for the past 14 years he has specialized in covering business and technology for online and print readers and speaking at industry events. A recipient of numerous regional and national awards, Huff holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brigham Young University and a Masters Degree from the University of Alabama.
Tri-State Motor Transport uses technology to meet strict load security requirements. It recently added new features and strategies to improve other areas of its business.
This data transfer will give TomTom subscribers access to fleet insurance benefits and operational safety feedback by Verisk Insurance Solutions.
Logistical Labs says its LoadDex is a tool for optimizing transportation across all modes.
The new app helps drivers stay connected and increase efficiency with access to card funds from a mobile device.
MacroPoint announced that Des Moines Truck Brokers has signed a two-year agreement to use its load tracking platform.
“We looked at several load tracking options, and MacroPoint ...
High-tech brokers are challenged with creating freight marketplaces that balance both sides of the supply-demand equation.
Starting this summer fleets can use the card program for electric vehicles (EV) at tens of thousands of ChargePoint charging ports throughout the United States.
Several industry suppliers are offering free, online training to carriers and drivers in advance of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's annual International Roadcheck inspection spree, ...
IndyCar’s operations use connectivity and data to gain a competitive edge and create the ultimate connected car.
Maverick Transportation uses event and driver behavioral data to determine a corrective action and individualized training plan.
C&J Energy Services has selected the MiX Fleet Manager product for its fleet of more than 3,500 light- and heavy-duty vehicles.
Mobile technology makes it possible for motor carriers and logistics providers to simplify work for drivers and diversify their services
“We are driving that business efficiency and managing both equipment and people really fast,” says U.S. Xpress VP Gary Mead.
“The drivers we are looking for are very tech savvy. They want to drive a truck that has satellite TV, radio, a refrigerator and inverter. ...
A panel of experts said that transportation and logistics providers need to bridge the technology gap with high-tech Silicon Valley firms