With all the technological advancements, regulatory changes, driver and technician shortages, how can private fleets keep up with their transportation needs while also focusing on their primary businesses?
What is likely to happen on the road to autonomous vehicles is partnerships between truck makers and tech companies.
Digitalization is occurring across all areas of business operations, and if you have not done so already, you need to begin exploring how you can move toward digital procurement in your operation.
As more zero-emission trucks are introduced, the debate of battery-electric vs. hydrogen picks up steam.
It’s as if people think one power source will be the answer for all trucking applications.
Retired UPS driver Jimmy Howard, who logged 6 million accident-free miles, shares his thoughts on how trucking has changed over the past 40 years.
Technology firms have stepped in and are offering digital services to fleets.
CDL recruiters looking for a proactive solution should start at the source: the recruiting process itself.
According to trucking industry sources, the length of haul has been decreasing for many years and regional haul operations have been growing.
Technology is just going to keep advancing and with it, a possible change in the way vehicles are maintained and repaired.