Seth Becker, director of Business Services at CCJ publisher Randall-Reilly, spoke to a group of fleet executives and industry suppliers in May at the CCJ Spring Symposium in Asheville, N.C., on how fleets can better target younger drivers. As the driver population continues to age, fleets will need to turn to their attention to recruiting the next generation of truck drivers. See more coverage of other Symposium sessions at the links below.
CCJ Symposium panel addresses challenges, opportunities of autonomous trucking
Trucking technology may one day evolve to the point that the tractor can drive itself, but that is likely to come in small steps rather ...
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
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. ...
How U.S. Xpress uses data mining for maintenance
“We are driving that business efficiency and managing both equipment and people really fast,” says U.S. Xpress VP Gary Mead.