3G to 5G: 8 Steps to Manage the Road Ahead

3G networks were first introduced in the early 2000s, the trucking industry took some time to adapt. Over time, however, 3G became the standard for connecting mobile devices in trucking, including cellphones and some electronic logging devices (ELDs). Unfortunately, technology never stands still, and 4G technology soon became the standard. Technology is Always Evolving While [...]
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What You Need to Know About Cybersecurity in Trucking

Trucking used to be known for the open road and long drives spent with little contact with the outside world. Today, however, modern trucks are equipped with all kinds of digital gadgets that handle everything from monitoring a truck’s diagnostics to updating routing information in real-time. To add to this, truckers have access not only [...]
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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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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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