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Hear experts talk the ‘New Era of Trucking’ at CCJ’s annual Symposium

CCJ Symposium is set this year for May 21-23 at Hilton Head Island, S.C., and will be focused around the theme of "The New Era of Trucking."
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Demographer, futurist Ken Gronbach to keynote CCJ Symposium

Gronbach, president of KGC Direct and an internationally-known demographer and author, will speak on how shifting demographics impact business and the economy. The early registration period for CCJ Symposium with ...

Video: How e-commerce and ‘Uberization’ are altering carriers’ operations

Autonomous trucks aren’t the only things transforming the way freight is moved. New strategies such as the “Uberization” of freight are also disrupting the landscape. This panel, moderated by freight ...
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Video: How your fleet can reach Millennial drivers

As the driver population continues to age,  fleets will need to turn to their attention to recruiting the next generation of truck drivers. In this presentation from the CCJ Spring ...

Video: Digital trends for driver recruiting and how your fleet can capitalize

As drivers adopt personal technology, fleets must adapt their recruiting techniques to the ever-changing advertising landscape. Gain practical next steps that you can implement right away for a competitive advantage.

Video: FMCSA policy director talks ‘regulatory readiness’

FMCSA Associate Administrator Larry Minor discusses how looming regulations my impact truck fleets. See the video here...

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. And they do not want ...

CCJ Symposium panel sees threats, opportunities from disruptive tech

A panel of experts said that transportation and logistics providers need to bridge the technology gap with high-tech Silicon Valley firms

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 Lines Director of Maintenance Glen ...

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 than building maintenance capacity.

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 can, on average, speed diagnostic ...

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 inspectors that the fleet has ...

Learn how to leverage technology, boost profits at CCJ’s Symposium next week

Various topics involving safety and technology will round out the three overarching topics for breakout sessions during next week’s CCJ Spring Symposium in Asheville, N.C.

Lowering CSA scores, outsourcing maintenance highlight CCJ Symposium breakout sessions

Symposium attendees will have the opportunity to attend 45-minute sessions focusing on maintenance practices to lower CSA scores, making the most of remote diagnostics, maintenance outsourcing strategies and implementing low-viscosity ...

Learn to limit litigation risks, recruit Millennials, more at Spring Symposium

Beginning Tuesday, May 23, Symposium attendees will have the opportunity to attend 45-minute sessions focusing on regulations in the trucking industry, recruiting, limiting litigation risks and going above and beyond ...