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PeopleNet recognizes 4 fleets for innovation

PeopleNet, a Trimble company and provider of fleet mobility technology, announced the recipients of its 2014 Innovator of the Year Awards, presented to fleets that demonstrate leadership in using PeopleNet ...
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CCJ Innovator: Long Haul Trucking uses in-cab tech, amenities to build driver loyalty

Close detail when spec’ing trucks isn’t a new practice. Many fleets pay close attention to weight in order to maximize freight capacity, while others turn their attention to improving fuel ...

CCJ Innovator: Manko Delivery Systems goes green in the final mile

Manko has eliminated $2,500 to $3,000 per month in pallet costs by offering a free service to customers to remove their unwanted, leftover pallets and dunnage from docks. Drivers load ...

CCJ Innovator: Celadon uses technology to create new ‘culture of service’

With advanced technology and other customer service changes, Celadon is following the pattern established by its founder, Steve Russell, 30 years ago even as the scale and complexity of the ...

Meet the 2014 CCJ Innovators

Commercial Carrier Journal is proud to recognize the following companies as part of its 2014 CCJ Innovators program that highlights the best and forward-thinking carriers in the trucking industry. Click ...

CCJ Innovator: Averitt Express

As a company that’s been in business 40 years and has grown every step of the way, Averitt Express has no thoughts about resting on its laurels. The Cookeville, Tenn.-based ...

Trucking’s greatest innovator, ever?

Last week’s CCJ Innovators Summit reminded me that I have a nominee for the trucking innovator of the century, and that’s basically the full history of the industry. The punchline ...

CCJ Innovator: M&M Cartage

In 1972, Don Hayden began working at M&M Cartage under his father’s tutelage. Hayden always enjoyed working for his dad and being around trucks. Diesel must have been in his blood, ...