Blogs

Remote diagnostics: fringe benefit or killer app?

Remote diagnostics surfaced in the late 1990s when telematics systems linked up with electronically controlled engines to transmit fault codes to the office. In theory, this new conduit would prevent breakdowns ...

Guessing game: Where will Cat find its 15-liter engine solution?

The big news story this week was, of course, Cat and Navistar breaking up. At first brush, given Navistar’s fresh troubles with a brand-new EPA lawsuit, you’d be forgiven for ...

Daimler, Zonar enhanced partnership takes service and support to the next level

No matter what the OEM makeup of your fleet looks like, a truck isn’t worth a hill of beans if you can’t rely on quality service and support to diagnose ...

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Customer Success: Swift Transportation

Swift Transportation Eaton parts help fuel Swift success “What I like best about working with Eaton is that they listen to us. We can give…

Turning on compliance: ‘paperless’ third-party services growing

Compliance is more than a cost of doing business. Whereas mistakes in accounting for fuel, payroll and other expenses might cost someone a job, miscues that result in hours-of-service violations, incomplete driver ...

The trucking technology tit-for-tat: Will trucking get anything in return for ever-increasing regs?

Last week, heading into the Fourth of July holiday, news came that the U.S. Senate is consdering a bill that would set deadlines by which FMCSA must publish rules mandating e-logs ...

4 ways to make driver training count

For the past 20 years, Cowan Systems (CCJ Top 250, No. 60) did not hire drivers with less than two years of experience. This standard has changed to meet conditions in ...

‘Portabella’ mushrooms being served in trucking. Who will byte?

Every morning I see mushrooms that have sprouted and grown taller than the surrounding grass in my yard, all in a matter of hours. Not until today did I equate ...

Samsung gives trucking another glimpse of its future

The big story in trucking so far this year has been, without a doubt, the advent of commercially viable autonomous trucks. By any standard, that’s a hugely important development with ...

Cargo theft warning issued for July 4 week, thieves expected to be active

Cargo Net has issued a warning to carriers and drivers for the upcoming week about the potential for increased activity by cargo thieves, with the July 1-7 week accounting for ...

$228 million FedEx settlement applies only to case in question, other similar cases still pending

FedEx Ground last week announced, as reported by CCJ earlier this week, it has reached a $228 million settlement with truck operators in a lawsuit that centers on the driver ...

No news is good news — The latest on DOT funding bills, trucking regulations within

With Congress returning from its roughly two-week Memorial Day recess, work likely will resume in the coming week on 2016 appropriations bills for the Department of Transportation — the so-called ...

Charts: Carriers see earnings growth in first part of 2015 — will trend continue?

As we enter the final third of the second quarter of 2015 and sit about 6-10 weeks out from the latest batch of earnings reports from publicly traded carriers, how ...