Turnaround time, competency of technicians, and cost are just a few of the factors that go into a fleet’s decision to outsource maintenance and repair.
At Halvor and Swift, a focus has been placed on the driver to improve retention, writes Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.
The surge in e-commerce orders is recasting the role warehousing plays in the supply chain. Part six of our Trucking in the 21st Century series.
Looks like SmartWay’s days are numbered, if not those of the entire Environmental Protection Agency, but we shouldn't be especially sad if EPA budget cuts kill SmartWay. We have options, writes Rolf Lockwood, Executive Contributing Editor.
There are steps fleets can take to offset productivity losses that can occur with the mandatory move to electronic logging devices.
For outsourcing to be successful the fleet has to find a provider that is a good fit for its operation. While there is no quick formula you can use to find the perfect company, there are some actions you can take that will get you close to finding the service provider that will mesh best with your operation, writes Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini,
Today’s dump trucks are smart, connected and integrated — but still tough enough to handle heavy loads in tough working conditions.
Our annual roundup of trailer trends and new trailer announcements, from the July issue of HDT.
A longtime state patrol officer offers his real-world observations on the most common reasons drivers get pulled over.
The new VNR line up from Volvo Trucks North America is everything a driver and a fleet could want in an urban or short haul tractor, and then some.
If you want to test drive some new tires before you buy — and who wouldn’t — be prepared to invest significant time and energy in the project.
TransRisk founder and CEO Craig Fuller discusses the first regulated trucking futures exchange his startup is planning to launch.
Fleet credits electronic height control system with reducing driver injuries and boosting productivity.