As time marches on, many of the influences on our businesses change as well. This change alone is a great reason to frequently review your operations and make sure you are employing the very best practices in every facet of your business operations.
A report done for the California Trucking Association examines the effects of the state's Low Carbon Fuel Standard, which was recently upheld in the courts, and the Cap and Trade program.
A new fleet survey and research conducted by The North American Council for Freight Efficiency has identified what stands between fleets and better fuel economy. NACFE, in partnership with Cascade Sierra Solutions, dug deep into why there hasn't been wider adoption of several commonly available technologies that could deliver thousands of dollars in fuel savings.
“Research over the past several years has identified the independent evolution of four powerful forces: social, mobile, cloud and information. What does that mean for trucking?
Questions about the role of a key player in the litigation against Pilot Flying J prompted a strong rebuttal from the trucking company group.
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals' annual State of Logistics Report wonders, is it time to ask “is this the new normal?”
Two-thirds of a medium-duty truck fleet’s collisions happen in a parking lot and involve a fixed or stationary object. Learn to train your drivers to avoid them.
The six nominees for this year's ATD/HDT Truck Dealer of the Year award talk about growth, trends and taking care of the customer in this special supplement to HDT.
On December 3, 2012, the FMCSA implemented the most significant update to the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program so far. J.J. Keller outlines the changes.
Remanufactured components are a smart price-point alternative for fleets of all sizes and vehicles of all ages given the current market economic conditions.
What steps fleets need to take to recruit, retain and plan for their drivers.
It is vital for employer organizations to keep abreast of current trends in background screening. Since conducting comprehensive background checks is essential to the success of the hiring process, companies benefit from adapting their screening procedures to accommodate developments in background screening.
ATA's assessment of FMCSA's Crash Reporting Measurement Tool.
Fuel, insurance, preventive maintenance and repairs are generally accepted as standard operating costs for fleets. What about vehicle-issued violations, such as parking, toll and photo enforcement tickets?
Selecting the correct GPS tracking solution for your business can be a tough decision to make. Establishing key concepts to consider, what criterion are most important to you, and the ROI you can potentially achieve, are all critical in making your decision on the right GPS tracking partner.
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