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State of the Logistics Market: 2020

Now that the holidays are over and we have rolled into a new decade, logistics professionals should take time to review the year prior and adjust our attitude that 2019 was not as bad a year as it might have seemed. While it’s true, 2019 did hit truckload carriers...

Truck Rates Set to Rise in 2020

As we ride into the new year, we are faced with a new decade and a year full of optimism, promise and opportunity. Although this can present a refreshing, clean state, there are a handful of challenges that come along with such promise, especially in the trucking...

Are You Prepared for the Fast-Approaching AOBRD-ELD Deadline?

On December 16, 2019, the use of Automatic On-Board Recording Devices or AOBRDs will no longer be allowed under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations. Motor carriers currently utilizing an AOBRD, must install an Electronic Logging Device to their...

Driver Autonomy and the Tragedy in Arizona

In the late 1960s, The Jetsons introduced us to flying cars and robotic maids. In 2018, Uber has introduced us to self-driving cars and a fear of too much autonomy. How did we get here? One of the first concepts of an autonomous vehicle was actually born in the...

Our Top Podcasts for Truck Drivers and Owner-Operators

Spending countless hours in your cab by yourself can be tiresome. You need quality entertainment to help pass the time. Good thing there are tons of podcasts – downloadable audio programs – to alleviate the sometimes monotonous journey of over the road driving. You...

The ABC’s of the Capacity Shortage

  Understanding the Capacity Shortage  Anyone who regularly moves freight likely has realized that their brokerage is facing a major capacity shortage, along with a hike in prices to go with it. Industry experts predicted a shortage and rate increase a few months...

A Shortage in a Surging Economy

Whenever the term “shortage” is thrown around, people become nervous and for good reason. Food shortage, job shortage, wine shortage, etc can throw the masses into a tizzy because it usually means prices for goods and services are going to sky rocket. And this is no different than a driver shortage in the transportation industry.

Self-Driving in the Supply Chain

Last week, the state of Arizona banned autonomous vehicles on all state roads following a fatal car accident involving a self-driving Uber. The ride hailing company hasn’t been the only startup that’s experienced controversy and tragedy; A man driving a semi-autonomous Tesla crashed into a tractor-trailer going 70 miles per hour. . .

Uber, Autonomy, and the Tragedy in Arizona

In the late 1960s, The Jetsons introduced us to flying cars and robotic maids. In 2018, Uber has introduced us to self-driving cars and a fear of too much autonomy. How did we get here?

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