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AI Is More Likely to Do Your Books Than Drive Your Truck by 2020

Fleet owners and owner-operators are often justifiably wary when hearing about the next ‘Big Thing’ coming to trucking. But while driverless trucks remain a long ways off, artificial intelligence could have a place in your business in the next few years.

Core Competencies Matter Even in Times of Expansion

Moving into new markets makes good business sense right now. But expansion could cause fleets to neglect their core competencies something even successful companies like Apple and Amazon have trouble with. Blog commentary by Senior Editor Jack Roberts.

Lanehub Rewarding Shippers for Connecting Carriers With New Customers

Lanehub, a collaborative transportation network that helps shippers and carriers team up to optimize capacity on recurring freight lanes, is adding incentives to reward shippers that help their current carriers team up with other shippers that need them for a backhaul lane.

The Allure of the High-Tech Shop

Technology is rapidly changing the industry, and media coverage of cool future-looking trends such as electric and autonomous trucks can only help improve the image of trucking among young people looking for a career.

The Hyperloop Scoop

A whole new means of moving people and freight is quickly moving from concept to reality all around the globe.

Daimler Demonstrates Platooning Technology [Video]

Is truck platooning only technically feasible or is it also commercially viable? In this video, we look at Daimler Trucks' recent demonstration of its platooning technology with a pair of loaded big rigs.