E-Commerce Boom is Changing the Trucking Industry

April 25, 2016

E-commerce has really changed the trucking industry all over the world in the sense that, most companies are cutting down employees. Before E-commerce there used to be delivery vehicles which delivered letters and parcels between consumers and businesses. Currently that has been taken by the internet. Emails can be sent directly in the shortest time […]

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Texas Terminal Added in Old Dominion LTL Trucking Expansion

April 18, 2016

Old Dominion has added a Texas terminal signaling its expansion in the LTL trucking industry. This is the Freight Line Company’s 21st service center within the state of Texas. Old Dominion is a formidable name in the industry, not least because it is the 4th largest less-than-truckload carrier in the entire USA. The new service […]

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Phone Apps Disrupting The Trucking Industry?

April 11, 2016

Big trucking companies have grown providing round the clock service for industries and retailers that are increasingly requiring just in time availability of cargo space, and that is something not even the biggest players can provide. The exponential growth of technological tools to connect providers and customers is happening in almost every market, and takes […]

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XPO, Celadon, And Daeske Top List Of Fastest Growing Trucking Companies

April 6, 2016

Trucking remains the number one way to transport freight in the U.S. And while some trucking firms lost speed in 2015, three companies were notable for the way they managed to dramatically accelerate business and increase their revenue. According to the trucking industry-reporting site JOC.com, XPO, Celadon Group and Daeske topped the list of the […]

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Why Dispatchers Should Never Be Blamed By Drivers

March 28, 2016

The work of a dispatcher is utterly frustrating. A dispatcher’s main job description is to connect a truck driver with a client, but sometimes the drivers will fail to honor the stated contract. This means, the dispatcher is forced to find another driver and reschedule the trip for even some days. Dispatchers work directly with […]

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Truck Driver Regulations Threaten To Cut Industry Productivity By 15%

March 21, 2016

TRUCK DRIVERS STATUS QUO Recent events in the transportation industry have indicated a looming hit on the whole enterprise. New policies such as ELD, hair testing and speed constraint devices geared towards the use of mandatory technological apparatus by truck drivers is threatening the productivity levels of the industry to a new record low of […]

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