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VIDEO: Stewart Logistics’ Brian Orr crunches the numbers on his natural gas glider trucks

Video: Prime’s John Hancock on the fleet’s driver pay approach

VIDEO: Keith Tuttle with Motor Carrier Services talks driver pay strategies

VIDEO: Making the decision to try a natural gas glider truck

Economist says new regs ‘will be game-changers’

Trucking faces the largest concentration of regulatory changes in its history beginning next year, economist Eric Starks said Wednesday. The changes include CARB trailer regulations, hours of service changes, new greenhouse gas/mpg regulations, as well as ...

Fleet executive panel says driver image, engagement critical to solving shortage

In the next decade, the trucking industry must add 239,000 drivers, per year, to keep up with freight demand and replace the 37 percent today’s drivers that will retire. A panel of fleet executives discussed ...

CCJ Fall Symposium: Four tips to consider with Affordable Care Act launch date

Next month, the first elements of the Affordable Care Act -- also known as "ObamaCare" or ACA -- will take effect in the United States. And even though certain elements of the new healthcare law ...

Business intelligence tools can drive accountability, automate workflow

It’s been more than nine years since Mike Kelley built a business intelligence (BI) framework for Mesilla Valley Transport, but he still remembers the reasons, or triggers, that led to it. One was the limitations ...

ATA chairman Byrd says rolling back HOS changes, CSA and improving driver respect are priorities in 2014

During his luncheon address to fleet executives at the 2013 CCJ Fall Symposium in Scottsdale, Ariz., American Trucking Associations chairman and president of Bullog Hiway Express Phil Byrd, Sr., said three key legislative focuses for ...

Davis talks critical CSA points at 2013 Fall Symposium

Jeff Davis, principal with Fleet Safety Services, updated CCJ Fall 2013 Symposium attendees today on the latest CSA developments, emphasizing several critical points he said fleets must be aware of as they operate in today's ...

Ingraham: Republicans must focus on the middle class

"You all literally make something move," Laura Ingraham, radio talk show host and Fox News contributor, told fleet executives Tuesday at the CCJ Fall Symposium in Scottsdale, Ariz. "That's a foreign concept in Washington," she ...

VIDEO: Laura Ingraham pays homage to trucking industry

Laura Ingraham talks about how the trucking industry "literally makes things move" compared to how things in Washington move.

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