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NRF: U.S. Container Port Traffic Expected to Grow Dramatically
Blume Uses Data to Speed Truck Turnaround Time at Ports
 Biden Reverses Trump Move to Industry-Led Apprenticeships

Biden Reverses Trump Move to Industry-Led Apprenticeships

President Biden has reversed a Trump administration move that expanded apprenticeship programs in an “industry-led” model, instead announcing plans to expand the registered apprenticeship programs favored by organized labor.

February 18, 2021

Small Fleets Drive EKA Cloud-Based TMS Growth

Small Fleets Drive EKA Cloud-Based TMS Growth

As the supply chain increasingly moves toward greater interconnectedness and visibility between carriers, brokers, and shippers, EKA Solutions said 2021 has already started out strong with adoption of its cloud-based integrated freight management ecosystem.

February 8, 2021

COVID-19 Still Brings Uncertainty to 2021 Trucking Outlook

COVID-19 Still Brings Uncertainty to 2021 Trucking Outlook

As the COVID-19 vaccine helps return life to normal later in the year, the effect on trucking freight and rates will vary as consumer spending is expected to shift back toward services. That’s one takeaway from the transportation analysts at FTR in a recent webinar, “Preparing for 2021.”

January 18, 2021

Pete Buttigieg to Get DOT Secretary Nomination

Pete Buttigieg to Get DOT Secretary Nomination

President-Elect Joe Biden is planning to nominate former presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg to head the transportation department, according to published reports.

December 15, 2020

Port Bottlenecks Trigger Federal Investigation

Port Bottlenecks Trigger Federal Investigation

Severe bottlenecks at a number of U.S. ocean ports have prompted the Federal Maritime Commission to look into whether ocean lines’ detention, demurrage, and container policies are making the situation worse.

November 24, 2020

How COVID is Still Affecting the Supply Chain and Where We Go From Here

How COVID is Still Affecting the Supply Chain and Where We Go From Here

With a severe driver shortage and a supply chain still in chaos from pandemic-induced shifts in consumer behavior, one industry observer is warning of likely hoarding as we get into the holidays. Longer term, vaccine distribution is “THE driver” for broader economy recovery and the post-2021 outlook.

November 10, 2020

Continuing Resolution Extends FAST Act, Adds to Highway Trust Fund
Technology Preparedness Key to Surviving Disruption: McLeod

Technology Preparedness Key to Surviving Disruption: McLeod

Trucking and transportation companies that were well-prepared to deal with disruption using technology and processes have typically done well during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Tom McLeod, founder and president of McLeod Software, kicking off his company’s 30th annual user conference Sept. 29.

September 29, 2020

How Will Election Affect the Quagmire in Washington?

How Will Election Affect the Quagmire in Washington?

The results of the November election could have profound effects on three important issues for the heavy-vehicle industry: Trade, transportation/infrastructure, and energy and the environment.

September 15, 2020

COVID-19 Disruption Continues to Affect Freight, Rates
Long-Overdue National Freight Strategic Plan Addresses Topics from Drones to Data
Torc’s Fleming: Retrofitting Trucks for Autonomy 'Not Commercially Viable'
FMCSA Asks for Comments on Broker Transparency Petitions