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Monday Aug 20, 2018 - 'Let them truckers roll': Surprise party for Milton teen draws hundreds from across country
Dakota “Bubba” Cadd eagerly reached into the replica Irv Gullickson semitrailer truck and honked its small horn. First he jumped, a bit startled by the sound, but then honked it again and again with a smile on his face. The smile lingered for a moment as Bubba rode in a golf cart looking at the 182 semitrailer trucks that lined Schilberg Park on Saturday afternoon.
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Monday Aug 20, 2018 - Ag Commissioner warns of grain scam
Individuals possibly impersonating state employees in order to take photos and samples of grain have been reported. “We’ve received calls from concerned farmers about individuals acting in an official capacity, taking photos and samples of their wheat fields,” North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring s
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Monday Aug 20, 2018 - PODCAST 5: The benefits of using a trailer vibrator with Craig Macklin
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Monday Aug 20, 2018 - Kevin Perry: how shippers view the current trucking cycle
Thursday afternoon, Seaport Global’s Kevin Sterling, an equities analyst focusing on transport and logistics, hosted a conference call with Kevin Perry, principal at The Domestic Transportation Consultant. Perry has an impressive resume from his decades of experience managing transportation from the shipper side: six years at Walmart managing carrier relations and supply chain, 12 years as the Director of North American Carrier Relations and Inbound Transportation at Lowe’s, and almo
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Monday Aug 20, 2018 - Trucker charged with forging medical examiner's certificate
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) - The Dothan Police Department arrested Robert Eugene Brown, 59, of Ashford on Thursday. Brown is a truck driver had been forging his medical examiner's certificate to keep his CDL license. Brown was charged with two counts of possession of a forged instrument. He was booked into the Dothan City Jail and has a $15,000 bond on each charge.
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Sunday Aug 19, 2018 - PIPELINE FOODS ACQUIRES GRAIN ELEVATOR IN ATLANTIC, IOWA
MINNEAPOLIS, — Pipeline Foods LLC ( https://www.pipelinefoods.com/ ), the first U.S.-based supply chain solutions company focused exclusively on organic, non-GMO and regenerative food and feed, has announced the acquisition of a 3.4 million bushel grain elevator in Atlantic, Iowa, USA.
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Sunday Aug 19, 2018 - 'Off the charts' demand: Lenders enjoy ride as trucking thrives
Trucking companies are on an incredible roll, raising a question for their lenders: Do they keep on truckin’, or slow down to avoid a big wreck in transportation finance? Thanks to the strong economy and other factors, U.S. truckers are charging their most expensive prices in at least five years. The average price in July to ship goods was 38.6% higher than in December 2003, when a federal government index was created. That was 12% higher than a year ago.
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Saturday Aug 18, 2018 - Senators introduce DRIVE-Safe bill to ease trucking crunch
Three senators introduced legislation Thursday called the DRIVE-Safe Act, in an effort to address the nationwide truck driver shortage by allowing drivers over 18 but under 21 to cross state lines after going through a training program. The Senate legislation is a companion bill to one introduced in the House in March by Republican Congressmen Duncan Hunt
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Friday Aug 17, 2018 - Senate Bill Would Allow Younger Interstate Truck Drivers
Three Republican Senators introduced a companion bill to the DRIVE-Safe Act that was proposed in the House of Representatives earlier this year that would lower the age requirement for new interstate truck drivers to 18 under certain conditions.
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Friday Aug 17, 2018 - We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Truck
A major constraint on faster economic growth at the moment is a severe nationwide shortage of truck drivers, and don’t expect it to improve without a surge in immigration. One useful response in Washington would be to update a 1982 restriction that is crimping
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