The suppliers attending Symposium include Dana Incorporated, Omnitracs, Comdata, Cummins, Eaton, Freightliner, Shell Lubricants, Bendix and Yokohama. Each company will be displaying and featuring their latest offerings, as well as ...
These topics will be discussed in detail by Symposium's keynote speakers – political strategist Karl Rove, Fast Company magazine editor and managing director Robert Safian and economist William Strauss.
Two panels will be held during CCJ's Spring Symposium to discuss autonomous technology in trucking, as well as e-commerce and the changing freight landscape.
Some topics that will be covered in the breakout sessions include preparing for regulations changes under Trump, best practices for remote diagnostics and automated driver training technologies.
In addition to a keynote address from political strategist Karl Rove, attendees can attend sessions on a host on the most pressing issues for carriers, including regulations, driver recruiting and ...
Register for next week's CCJ Fall Symposium, which will cover a bevy of topics including driver recruiting and retention, ELDs and the mandate, regulations, equipment spec'ing and more.
Fleet managers can network and gain insights on driver recruiting and retention, regulations, equipment spec'ing, fuel efficiency, ELDs and more.
Four breakout sessions will be held at CCJ's Fall Symposium focusing on equipment and maintenance including dealing with the technician shortage, improving fuel economy, spec'ing for driver comfort and calculating ...
When CCJ's Fall Symposium is held next month, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions focusing on coming trucking regulations, best practices in driver recruiting and retention ...
Fall Symposium will be held Nov. 14-16 in Scottsdale, Ariz., and will feature breakout sessions focusing on business and management, equipment and maintenance, and safety and technology.
Doug Schrier gave a presentation about how CTG went through a turnaround by creating a culture of excellence at the CCJ Spring Symposium on Tuesday, May 17, in Birmingham, Ala.
Aero and efficiency technologies have helped battle back miles per gallon losses caused by EGR engines between 2004 and 2007.
The event for fleet managers and executives will feature sessions on preparing for the Safety Fitness Determination rule, spec'ing equipment for fuel efficiency and building a business around technology.
CCJ's Spring Symposium is less than a week away, but there is still time to register for the annual summit for fleet executives and fleet managers.
The Insider Roundtables will allow fleet representatives to discuss issues they face, products, services and more with trucking-related companies during the annual event.