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Driver shortage trucking's top concern for fifth straight year
Labor shortages, not just drivers, are a prominent theme in ATRI's annual Top Industry Issues list.
October 24, 2021
Trying to turn around a trucking company? Use the 1% approach
Every facet of the industry is so competitive that it can feel like there’s no room for improvement in rates or costs. But opportunities are there – even if you find them just 1% at a time.
October 13, 2021
Fleets bringing remote employees back to the office
Almost 85% of survey respondents said back-office employees were tucked away in home offices, followed by dispatch (53%), safety (51%), and IT (50%).
August 4, 2021
What drives the driver? Recruiting specialist explains
Boardrooms and C-suites at motor carriers are all asking the same question, “what drives the driver?”
June 1, 2021
Feared fuel shortage a byproduct of drivers, not availability
Demand for fuel is approaching levels not seen since 2019.
May 6, 2021
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Experts say fleets should prioritize camera evidence for safety
Telematics, ELDs and event recorders help safety conscious Stewart Transport prioritize driver performance and safety.
April 18, 2021
Labor markets, demographics not helping driver workforce
Is the US logistics industry facing a dire shortage of commercial truck drivers? A new report by Coyote Logistics shows labor participation nosedived in 2020.
March 15, 2021
Recruiting & retention
Carriers, schools using tech to predict driver success
Competition for drivers is so intense that motor carriers are doubling down on recruiting and training strategies for CDL students
March 10, 2021
Improve communication skills to de-stress, retain drivers
Driver survey comments mostly focus on dispatchers and 'it isn't likely to be positive.'
March 2, 2021
Recruiting & retention
Driver happiness begins with trust
Showing appreciation to drivers and empowering them to play a leading role in their own safety and improvement has never been more important.
January 17, 2021
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California 88K lb. load limit targeting port congestion dubbed 'lipstick on a pig'
While California Gov. Gavin Newsom believes a larger 88,000-lb. gross truck weight can help reduce port congestion, trucking experts feel otherwise.
Troubleshooting aftertreatment woes starts early
Used truck prices likely to extend climb into 2022
Cargo theft likely to spike over the next seven days
White paper: The future of fleet utilization
Shifting the driver paradigm: Winning with equipment, technology and culture
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