Category: education

Port traffic expected to grow

U.S. Container Port Traffic Expected to Grow Dramatically Both the trucking and shipping industries are undoubtedly intertwined. These industries rely on one another in order to keep freight moving, and the American economy and the American consumer also rely on these industries working together to get goods where they need to be on time. One [...]
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Strategies for Driver Retention

How do you keep your Drivers? It’s estimated that more than 50% of new truck drivers quit in the first six months of employment. Every trucking company owner knows that hiring new drivers is both time-consuming and costly. So, it’s critical to take every possible step to increase driver retention. Discover a few of the [...]
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Tips for Properly Securing Your Load

According to Trailer/Body Builders, failure to properly secure cargo is the fourth leading commercial vehicle violation that leads to trucks being placed in Out-of-Service (OOS). Unsecured cargo can be damaged during transit, damage the trailer it’s in, and even fall off and damage surrounding vehicles. These tips will help you secure your load, reducing damage, [...]
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FMCSA Waivers Help Keep Drivers on the Road During the Pandemic

Commercial Drivers Get More Time to Renew Licenses, Medical CertificatesWaivers Put in Place To give drivers more time to obtain the necessary medical certificates to renew their license, the FMCSA put waivers in place on March 24 and June 15th. CDL and CLP holders as well as non-CDL drivers were covered by these waivers. Extending [...]
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