Analysts see tighter capacity making 2013 a good year, but carriers aren’t so sure.
After researching solutions, Singleton determined the JOBehaviors compatibility assessment test would help select top-performing drivers upfront rather than go through the expensive weeding-out procedures later ...
Technology leads fleets’ efforts to diversify their services.
Industry response to the EOBR provision in the highway funding legislation signed into law on July 6.
“Video urges Congress to support EOBRs,” a reader says EOBRs are too expensive, comments on privacy laws and some APP reviews are featured.
Boyd Bros. helped to develop an intermodal flatbed product to boost capacity by allowing industrial freight to be transported by railroad.
Improvements to CSA Safety Measurement System planned, medical examiners final rule released, GAO says FMCSA carrier review process needs work, appeals court denies OOIDA's EOBR ...
Lean inventories, manufacturing orders growth slows, truck loadings rise and other industry numbers are featured.
Costs of emissions rule questioned, ATA files issues statement in HOS challenge, analyst predicts truckload growth and other industry news items are featured.
FMCSA heads back to the drawing board for broader EOBR mandate.
ATA asks court to review hours rule, restart study part of transportation legislation, FMCSA harmonizes Schedule I drug requirements and more industry news items are ...
Carriers, customers, law enforcement and safety groups at odds with fmcsa over hours-of-service final rule.
CSA touts improved Operation Safe Driver results, NPTC backs Unified Registration System, NBB backs EPA's renewable fuels requirement and more industry news items are featured.
Hours-of-service final rule retains 11-hour driving limit, lawsuit seeks to block cross-border pilot program, truck-related fatalities up and other industry news items are featured.
With freight demand for 2012 unclear, carriers’ financial fates may rest on how they handle recruiting, rates and costs.