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Trucking news and briefs for Friday, Sept. 16, 2022: FMCSA considering changes to certain ELD regs The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has signaled that it’s considering potential changes to the electronic logging device regulations as they pertain to pre-2000 engines, ELD malfunctions, ELD tech specs and more. An advance notice of proposed rulemaking and...
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Ok, I’ll bite. WHY….in HELL….do we constantly get sent to places that box has GOT to know do not have a contractually acceptable number of empties, thereby wasting our time and money (speaking as an IC)? WHY…in the same place…does box send a DVIR of a supposedly empty trailer (as listed on the app) AFTER...
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There are few things more frustrating than a truck with dead batteries. Just as the shift is to begin, a turn of the key leads to … nothing. Rather than roaring to life, the engine sits in silence or offers a weak grunt in protest. The lights in the cab remain dim. Those who know...
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Thermo King Europe Telematics in the transportation industry has been around for decades, and it has transformed the way fleets operate. The evolution in technology has made it easier for operators to prevent losses of all kinds – from theft to lost loads. In the refrigeration sector, telematics has become a...
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How to Make Your Fuel Card Work for You and Your Trucking Company Apex Experts: TCS Fuel President Chris Courts Has Insights to Save Money and Ensure Safety A fuel card should do more than save you a few cents per gallon of diesel. The TCS Fuel Card can do more. Chris Courts, President and...
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According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo, Housing Market Index (HMI), “Rising inflation and higher mortgage rates are slowing traffic of prospective home buyers and putting a damper on builder sentiment.” The HMI is based on a monthly survey of home builders. In a troubling sign for the housing market, builder confidence...
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Trucking news and briefs for Friday, July 15, 2022: ATA urges Congress to address inflation American Trucking Associations Chairman Harold Sumerford Jr. urged members of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee to address areas of inflationary pressure on the trucking industry: congestion, fuel prices and labor shortages. Sumerford, CEO of J&M Tank Lines out of...
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I recently moved to Florida and transferred within the company. After a couple of weeks in the new environment I have been wondering what’s next? Even before the move, I was beginning to have the thoughts of I’m not sure I want to haul mail anymore. Those that’s have increased dramatically. The Tampa postal facilities...
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Shoreland Transport has purchased Connors Transfer, nearly doubling in size and giving parent company Cooke more control over its supply chain. Cooke is a major New Brunswick-based global seafood company. Connors, based in Stellarton, N.S., operates 143 trucks and 261 trailers. It will complement Cooke’s Shoreland Transport fleet, which runs 115 trucks and 217 trailers....
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When HDT covered the 2000s, the trucking industry had new challenges. Graphic: HDT The first decade of the 21st century brought new challenges to trucking, including safety and emissions regulations, changing technology, volatile fuel costs and a rollercoaster economy. 2000s: More Safety Regulations The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration was officially born in...
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