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ccj spring symposium 2017

CCJ Symposium breakout shows evolution of mobile driver apps

Mobile technology makes it possible for motor carriers and logistics providers to simplify work for drivers and diversify their services

Cargo Transporters shares driver onboarding practices at CCJ Spring Symposium

“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. ...

Lower viscosity oil drives fuel economy, longer drain intervals, says Ozark Motor lines director of maintenance

Despite benefits like increased fuel economy, many fleets are reluctant to embrace lower viscosity oils over concerns about increased heat and engine wear. Ozark Motor ...

Fleet maintenance expert breaks down benefits of using third-party maintenance providers

Outsourcing alleviates a fleet's need to manage multiple shops and employees at remote locations, unlocking resources that can be reinvested into trucks and equipment rather ...

CCJ Symposium panel addresses challenges, opportunities of autonomous trucking

Trucking technology may one day evolve to the point that the tractor can drive itself, but that is likely to come in small steps rather ...
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Fleets seeing ROI on remote diagnostics, says Truck Centers of Arkansas director

Speaking at the CCJ Symposium in Asheville, N.C., Tuesday, Calhoun says fleets often are overwhelmed by the amount of data diagnostics provide, but notes they ...

Ryder safety director: Driver training key to proper maintenance, clean inspections

While a good wash job isn’t part of a truck’s repair process, Ryder Regional Safety Director Tom Fallon says it’s a good indicator to DOT ...