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Friday Apr 19, 2019 - Looking ahead to DOT's trucking hours-of-service changes
— With changes to hours-of-service rules for truckers expected soon, read on for a preview of what the administration might look at.
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Friday Apr 19, 2019 - FMCSA reminds truckers drug, alcohol clearinghouse coming soon
Remember two years ago, when it seemed like the entire trucking industry was counting down the days to the ELD deadline? Well, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) wants drivers to be aware of another countdown happening right now, although with much less hoopla than the Great ELD Panic of ’17.
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Friday Apr 19, 2019 - RCMP looking for grain haulers dumping grain on roadside pull-outs
Central Interior Traffic Services (CITS) out of Clearwater and other provincial partners have been working together to address an ongoing issue with commercial grain haulers dumping grain on roadside pull-outs along Highway 5 between Valemount and Avola. The practice has been happening for a few of years and causes problems for the environment, wildlife and people driving that stretch of highway.
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Friday Apr 19, 2019 - Convoy launches new marketplace to help small trucking businesses compete with large carriers
After years of development and testing, Convoy today launched a new marketplace that helps small trucking companies get access to potential business traditionally available to only large carriers. The Seattle startup, valued at more than $1 billion with investors such as Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, develops technology to match truck drivers with shippers looking to move freight. It aims to disrupt a $800 billion U.S. trucking industry. Today the company officially launched Convoy Go, a “
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Friday Apr 19, 2019 - Keep on Trucking: 18-wheelers haul LNG exports into Mexico
LAREDO — Not all liquefied natural gas exports leave the United States on giant ships from the Gulf of Mexico or Atlantic Coast. Some of them get delivered by 18-wheelers to meet growing demand for energy in Mexico. While the burgeoning U.S. LNG industry has focused on multibillion dollar coastal export terminals, one company from Houston and another from Mexico City have carved out a niche in the market by using tanker trucks to deliver the supercooled fuel to industrial and agricultur
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Thursday Apr 18, 2019 - Truck drivers see orders, miles fall in latest U.S. slowdown signal
NEW YORK • At a truck stop in Ridgefield, N.J., driver Paul Richards reviews a notebook where he tracks miles driven and what he is hauling. His paycheck is down about 25 percent from the same period a year ago, and his weekly miles have dropped as well.
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Wednesday Apr 17, 2019 - What J.B. Hunt Just Said About the U-Turn in Trucking
J.B. Hunt, the largest trucking company in the US by revenues, and a barometer of the goods-based sector of the economy, reported late Monday that revenues rose 7.3% on higher freight rates and fuel surcharges, that net profit inched up only 1.2% despite those price increases, and that Intermodal revenues ticked up 2% while Intermodal shipping volume fell 7%. And that sums up about the freight industry that is facing a downturn in shipments but is clinging to price increases as sole source of
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Wednesday Apr 17, 2019 - Spring Weather Driving Logistics Issues for Grain Shippers
Following flooding and heavy snows, shipping infrastructure continues to sputter mid-spring. Ken Smithmier with ClipperData recently sat down with AgDay's Clinton Griffiths to discuss how these issues could impact trade in the coming weeks.
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Tuesday Apr 16, 2019 - Why so many freight brokerages have offices in Colombia
One of the best-kept secrets in the U.S. logistics industry is the fact that many freight brokerages have staff in Colombia. Anything from a late-night track-and-trace call to compliance and collections might be handled by a young college graduate in Cartagena rather than Chicago.
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Monday Apr 15, 2019 - This Tax Day, Some Truckers are Unhappy with Trump
Last month, Dennis Bridges, a CPA who runs an accounting firm just north of Atlanta, had to break bad news to a client. Bridges specializes in doing taxes for truck drivers around the country, and this tax season he’s had to tell dozens of truckers that after years of being able to count on receiving tax refunds that they in fact would owe thousands of dollars. This particular client from New York owed $4,000. It could have been worse: about 20 percent of Bridges’ trucking clients
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