Last month a bill was introduced in the Senate that would require new commercial vehicles (26,001 lbs. or more) to be equipped with a device to limit their speed to 65 miles per hour. This is not the first time the legislature has tried to...
Helping people with basic skills acquire more in-depth knowledge and a broader skillset (along with keeping them once they have been hired) is up to the fleet.
The drivers of the future will become more knowledgeable and higher paid. They will be expected to do more. They will be pilots of advanced automation rather than truck drivers.
Companies that invest in automation in their AP departments reduce the per purchase order cost from $18 to $5, according to The Hackett Group.