You can put all the efficiency technology on a truck you want, but if the person behind the wheel engages in aggressive driving practices you won’t get the gains you are hoping for.
Improving operational efficiencies can reduce costs, but it needs to be tracked and measured to ensure your organization's peak performance.
Large carriers and owner-operators benefit most from new tax law; salaried drivers, not so much. A trucking tax expert shares what you need to know before you file your returns.
Coaching legend Jimmy Johnson made a career out of finding the best talent to make up his best football teams. Can trucking learn a lesson to help with its talent crunch?
Taking a fresh detailed look at your business can help you uncover areas of waste or places where a few tweaks could lead to big efficiency improvements.
Freight efficiency isn’t just about using less fuel. It is also about making sure things keep moving from point A to point B on trucks with wheels turning not sitting still.
If you have not already made adjustments to the way you operate to accommodate this still growing trend, now is the time.
FMCSA data shows the way to stem the tide of truck-related fatalities on the roads is in trucking’s hands. Here are three ways to put those hands to work for safety.
A system that provides knowledge of truck body type could also inform decisions on whether or when to expand highways or develop new routes and how to implement policies to promote a shift to rail or water, the latter involving strategically...