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Omnitracs’ Norm Ellis shares key issues for compliance

In the midst of an ever-changing regulatory landscape, Norm Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing at Omnitracs, Inc., gives some insights about the current state of the commercial transportation industry and tips on how ...

PeopleNet ushers in new era with Precision Mobility Platform, enhances oil & gas offerings

At its 11th annual user conference in San Antonio, Texas, PeopleNet offered attendees a glimpse at its new era of insight with its Precision Mobility Platform. The new technology combines fleet mobility solutions with precision ...

Electronic log mandate, driver clearinghouse still on agency’s 2013 agenda

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration still plans to publish an electronic onboard recorder (electronic logging device) rule this year that would require all truck drivers to use them. An update was provided this week in ...

EOBR rule could come by September, says Ferro

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Administrator Anne Ferro said she expects a rule mandating the use of electronic onboard recorders to be proposed by September of this year. Ferro and other Department of Transportation administrators testified ...

Special report: Regulations’ impact, surviving tight environment in 2013

As part of CCJ's ongoing "On Thin Ice?" series, Part 2 delves into the impact changing regulations from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration could have on trucking — and fleets, specifically — in 2013, as ...

New Location Announced for the CCJ Spring Symposium

The 2014 CCJ Spring Symposium is moving to the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, just 20 minutes from downtown Nashville. Held May 19-21, the symposium provides industry insights on driver recruiting best practices, an economic outlook on trucking, updates from Washington and more. The intimate meeting provides opportunities for idea sharing with your peers and Q & A sessions with some of top suppliers in the industry.  Registration is open! Your $395 full registration includes all sessions, meals, 2-night accommodations and golf/spa activities.  For more information and to register visit www.ccjspring.com.

Tech to lower CSA scores, Part 3: Integrated inspection reports, electronic logs

As part of the ongoing "All Hands on Deck" series, this section covers how devices like electronic logs and recorders are being used to compile driver vehicle inspection reports and how they can be used ...

ATA asks agency to delay hours rule implementation

The American Trucking Associations has sent a letter to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration asking it to reschedule the July 1 date set for implementation of the agency's new hours of service rule. FMCSA is ...

uDrove expands to EOBR market

uDrove, an affiliate company to Internet Truckstop, announced the released of an Electronic Onboard Recorder (EOBR). Priced for $379.99, the device is within reach for even the most budget-conscious of trucking companies, it says. Since its beginning in 2009, uDrove has ...

Rand McNally to release HD 100 platform for smart devices

At the American Trucking Associations' Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nev., Rand McNally unveiled its new HD 100 device, which provides Hours of Service recording, text- and dispatch-integrated messaging, and driver performance monitoring ...

XRS Turnpike selected for America’s Road Team

XRS Corp., a provider of mobile fleet optimization software, announced on Tuesday, Oct. 9, that its Turnpike mobile solution has been selected as the official fleet optimization platform for the American Trucking Associations’ Interstate One ...

Graves addresses ATA members on challenges, opportunities

In the opening address at the 2012 American Trucking Associations Management Conference & Exhibition, Bill Graves, president and chief executive officer of ATA, said the industry is at a crossroads in regards to a number ...

CSA becomes industry’s biggest concern, survey finds

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability safety ratings program has replaced the economy atop the list of the most critical issues facing the trucking industry, the American Transportation Research Institute announced Monday, ...

PeopleNet-TMWSuite integration targets crude-tanker fleet ops

PeopleNet, a provider of integrated onboard computing and mobile communications systems, on Monday, Oct. 8, announced a new PeopleNet Automated Workflow integration with TMWSuite from TMW Systems designed specifically to boost efficiency throughout crude/tanker fleet ...

Harris Trucking, R&M Transportation deploy Qualcomm’s MCP50

Qualcomm Inc. on Monday, Oct. 8, announced that its Qualcomm Enterprise Services division has deployed Qualcomm’s Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP50) with Harris Trucking Co. and R&M Transportation. Both companies say the MCP50 have allowed ...

Zonar showcases driver-optimized Android-powered tablet

Zonar on Sunday, Oct. 7, introduced a new driver-optimized tablet at the American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nev. The Zonar 2020 is an Android-powered rugged tablet loaded with driver-specific features ...

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