Monthly Archives: February 2018

Front Line: A New Age for Trucking

High driver turnover, the new mandate limiting drivers’ hours on the road, and the boom in e-commerce are spurring the adoption of driverless trucks Embark Trucks, with partners Ryder and Electrolux, has been running a 650-mile autonomous truck route — … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Less Than Truckload and Full Truckload Shipping

Truckload shipping is the movement of large amounts of homogeneous cargo, generally the amount necessary to fill an entire semi-trailer or intermodal container. A truckload carrier is a trucking company that generally contracts an entire trailer-load to a single customer. … Continue reading

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A truck on Highway 101 last month in Larkspur, Calif. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) The future of trucking may tell us a lot about the future of work. It’s no secret that many Americans fear losing their jobs to automation. In … Continue reading

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What Option in Freight Shipping is best for your Business

Many businesses require a freight service to carry and transport their goods. Since freight transport helps moving around materials in both large and small quantities, it is the preferred method of transportation for several different types of businesses. However, freight … Continue reading

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Trucking industry prepares for logging-device deadline

Just a month after the federal electronic logging device mandate took effect, state police officers in Illinois and Indiana, along with many truck drivers, are in learning gear. Some of the biggest confusion lies over the differences in ELD and … Continue reading

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