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ShipEX monitors driver calls with voice intelligence
Voice intelligence that monitors calls helps transportation and logistics company respond quickly to concerns.
March 16, 2021
Congress again looks to allow under-21 interstate truckers with 'apprenticeship' program
Bills introduced in the U.S. House and Senate would allow under-21 interstate truckers while implementing a lengthy apprenticeship program. Also, FMCSA shut down a Minnesota-based trucker following multiple drug violations.
March 12, 2021
Nationalized ABC test would ice trucking’s independent contractor model
A bill making its way through the U.S. House would follow in the footsteps of California’s A.B. 5 law passed in late 2019 by severely curtailing the ability of owner-operators to haul freight for larger motor carriers.
March 8, 2021
XPO embraces VR as 'the way of training of the future'
In LTL, VR is used to train XPO cross-dock workers on the optimal method of loading freight for delivery.
February 28, 2021
Roadmaster staying ahead of driver turnover trends
Driver turnover was down in 2020. One carrier is attacking turnover in a hot freight market to continue the trend.
February 23, 2021
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Applying to drive for a fleet should be easy and fast
The goal of a good web presence is to drive traffic to a carrier's website, allowing them collect prospective drivers' information.
February 16, 2021
What are the most dangerous cities -- and days -- for truckers?
A 2020 report by Lytx reveals the riskiest states, cities and roadways along with the riskiest days, times and trends in driving behaviors.
February 10, 2021
Civil unrest can put drivers and protesters at a literal crossroad
Critics say 'defund the police' has empowered protestors to continue to take to the streets and highways in the Northwest where they've disrupted commerce and destroyed property.
February 3, 2021
Driver scoring app is creepy but effective
The author and his family take on a driver monitoring program that has them a little creeped out and frustrated but also striving to keep their driving scores high.
January 27, 2021
Training for protest mitigation is the new normal
Driver training experts and law enforcement weigh in on how to help keep drivers safe during social unrest.
January 20, 2021
Liquid Trucking secures drivers with new tech, hourly pay
Liquid Trucking is aiming for growth in 2021 with large investments in technology and hourly driver pay.
January 18, 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
Pay and benefits
Fleets taking steps to advance time-based driver pay
Read CCJ to see how motor carriers are using time-based measurements to attract and retain more drivers by aligning pay with pricing and billing activities.
January 12, 2021
Innovators: Werner enjoying ROI from EDGE fleet management
Werner EDGE rolled out its propriety mobile fleet management program earlier this year and it has since delivered ROI in multiple areas. Details here on CCJ.
January 4, 2021
Fleets’ DOT-required Clearinghouse check-ins due soon: Here’s a quick how-to
Take a minute to review a quick how-to on how to perform your fleet's required annual CDL Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse checks on CCJ today.
December 28, 2020
Second wave of vaccine distribution set for this week
Drug distributor McKesson Corp. started picking up doses of the Moderna vaccine from manufacturing sites Saturday.
December 20, 2020
‘He’s here to help me be a better truck driver:’ Data-driven driver coaching can cut risks and turnover
A panel of fleet safety managers shared proactive risk management and driver coaching strategies. Read CCJ to see how these strategies reduce turnover.
December 18, 2020
FMCSA changes CDL skills testing protocol, allowing third-party examiners to test students
To help lessen testing delays associated with obtaining a commercial driver's license, the FMCSA will soon allow third-party examiners to test students.
December 17, 2020
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Fleets prepare for arrival of electric trucks in 2022
Fleet executives from Ryder, Benore Logistic and Titan Freight to reveal their experiences and plans to adopt zero-emission trucks at the CCJ Symposium, August 9-11, in Birmingham.
Truck-only miles tax passes Conn.'s legislature, amid road-funds debate
Tesla's trucking president has left the company
Volvo Truck union again strikes down labor deal
House $547 billion highway bill draws mixed trucking reaction
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