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10 Ways to Cut 
Business Costs

10 Ways to Cut 
Business Costs

Fuel. Equipment. Tires. Tolls. Costs keep rising, and rates aren't keeping up. Instead of chasing after more loads and more revenue, you may be better off taking a careful look at the cost side of the equation

May 18, 2012

Proposed Accounting Changes Would Affect Truck Leasing
The Changing Face of Trucking, Part 3: The Rise of Third-Party Logistics
The Changing Face of Trucking Part 2: Riding the Rails

The Changing Face of Trucking Part 2: Riding the Rails

In late 1989, truckload pioneer J.B. Hunt ventured into the intermodal business, moving truck trailers "piggyback" on flatbed railcars. The company moved 20 loads that first year. In 2009, it moved more than 900,000

June 15, 2010

The Changing Face of Trucking: Part I

The Changing Face of Trucking: Part I

Once upon a time, you had truckload companies, less-than-truckload companies, warehousing/logistics companies, rail intermodal companies, port drayage companies, and brokers. But today, the lines are blurring

March 11, 2010

7 Strategies For Better Customer Relations

7 Strategies For Better Customer Relations

Coastal Pacific Xpress is bigger now than it was three years ago - and it's done so while being choosy about its customers, even through the recession

November 30, 2009

The Future of Fuel Prices

"Forecasting anything beyond 90 days makes witchcraft look like some sort of exact science." That was the caveat of Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst for the Oil Price Information Service, when we asked him about his oil and diesel price prediction

November 5, 2009

At A Snail's Pace: 2009 Economic Outlook

A year ago, experts predicted we'd be turning the corner on the sluggish economy by now. They were wrong.Two things happened this year that economists didn't predict

June 10, 2009

Fuel Buying Smarts

Whether fuel is two-something a gallon or four-something a gallon, every penny you can save is another penny toward the bottom line

May 26, 2009