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CCJ Tech Toolbox: How fleets can incorporate new technologies into their logistics ops

In the 10th edition of CCJ’s Tech Toolbox, we look at the factors fleets should consider and best practices they can use for evaluating and implementing new technologies for their ...

CCJ Solutions Summit to offer sessions on improving business practices

Breakout sessions will be held throughout CCJ's Solutions Summit with topics aimed at helping fleet managers improve business practices when it comes to compliance, drivers and customers.

After lawsuit charging open meetings violations, carrier registration board announces public meeting dates

The U.S. DOT’s Unified Carrier Registration Plan Board will hold a public meeting Thursday, Oct. 26, to discuss the development and implementation of its carrier registration plan.

Connecticut eyes highway tolling option as budget squabbles continue

Connecticut legislators are continuing efforts to reach a budget compromise after previous proposals, including one that would have instituted tolling, failed to become law.

Preventable or not? Lowered dock door ruins driver’s day

John Doe didn’t notice an overhead door had been lowered partially before he began to exit the dock area and damaged both the door and his exhaust stack. Was this ...

Meet one-on-one with industry suppliers at CCJ Solutions Summit

Some suppliers that will be available for one-on-one meetings include Shell Lubricants, Freightliner, Cummins, Lytx, Minimizer and Hanksugi Japan Tires.

Band of C.R. England drivers vote to leave Teamsters affiliation

Chicago-based intermodal drivers for C.R. England (No. 20 in the CCJ Top 250) voted Sept. 20 to decertify Teamsters Local 705 as their bargaining representative. C.R. England says the union ...

Preventable or not? Driver collides with quick-entering Mustang

A car blindly exited a high-fenced apartment complex only a few yards in front of John Doe’s tractor, leaving Doe with little time to avoid impact. Was this a preventable ...

Group sues DOT board alleging open meetings violations

A trade group representing small business trucking companies and brokers has filed a lawsuit alleging the U.S. DOT’s Unified Carrier Registration Plan Board violated federal open meetings laws by not ...

Indicators: Trucking employment dips slightly in September, ‘Shippers Conditions’ favor carriers

Updates on two key trucking industry indicators.

XPO targets last-mile with interactive tool, expanded footprint

XPO, the country's fourth largest carrier, plans to add 85 new hubs to its last-mile network by the end of 2018. It also has developed a new consumer-facing program designed ...

Celadon under investigation by SEC, announces refinancing of debt

Celadon Group, one of the country’s largest trucking companies, has notified its shareholders that it is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the body that governs publicly traded ...
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