FleetOwner Top 5 Stories of the Week - Oct 28th, 2023
Knight-Swift, U.S. Xpress update | Ford, UAW reach tentative deal
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October 28, 2023
CEO David Jackson also says the company's truckload business, where there is "virtually no margin for error" in today's freight economy, could begin to see positive changes during the next bid season.
Updated: Nations Capital and Ritchie Bros. have six months to clear Yellow’s terminals and until early 2025 to find buyers for about 12,000 trucks and 42,000 trailers.

WAA Honor Fleet partners have an incredible chance to give back to veterans and their families while also gaining valuable brand exposure and opportunities for press coverage, public recognition, employee engagement and driver recruiting & retention.

After 40 days, the United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Co. have reached a tentative agreement that quadruples the value of the 2019 collective bargaining agreement.

And so do your profit margins. Advanced trailer telematics from Road Ready give you insights to act on, so you don’t have to worry about a malfunctioning reefer—or anything else.

Refrigerated carriers won’t see much relief on rates in 2024—but neither will their shipping counterparts, according to a recent analysis by FTR Intel.
Average diesel prices across the U.S. rose by several cents after trending downward for the past two weeks, driven primarily by a 25-cent spike in the Midwest.
ATA puts a sharper focus on realistic decarbonization, a rocky economy, freight futures, and many new fleet technology solutions at trucking’s last major conference in 2023. It also named Andrew Boyle its 79th chairman.