U.S. Opens Borders to Mexican Carriers

Author: Lindsay Siebert

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently announced it will allow Mexican carriers to apply for permission to conduct long-haul, cross-border trucking services in the United States.

Categories: Carriers, Truckload
Tags: mexico, full truckload shipping, truckload shipping

West Coast Port Congestion Update: Federal Mediator to Battle the Stalemate

Author: Lindsay Siebert

Back in November, we filled you in on the port congestion happening on the West Coast due to disputes between dockworkers and their management. We’d like to give a quick update on the situation as we move into 2015.

Categories: Intermodal, Logistics, Truckload
Tags: truckload capacity, full truckload shipping, international shipping

Top 10 Winter Driving Tips for Truckers

Author: Lindsay Siebert

As winter weather sets in for most of the country, you should take precautions to keep not only you and your truck safe, but also others on the road. We’ve put together ten useful tips to help you get your loads delivered safely this winter.

Categories: Carriers
Tags: carriers

Our Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts in 2014

Author: Lindsay Siebert

In case you didn’t catch them the first time around, here’s a list of our top ten most-read blog posts in 2014.

Categories: Carriers, Company Culture, Logistics, LTL, Technology, Truckload
Tags: full truckload shipping, supply chain, transportation management software

HOS Restart Rules Suspended: Truckers Return to Roads Between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.

Author: Lindsay Siebert

Passing with a huge federal government budget bill on December 16th, some fine print included in the legislation – called the Collins Amendment – has suspended a portion of the highly-debated hours of service (HOS) restart rules that went into effect in July 2013.

Categories: Carriers, Truckload
Tags: carriers, truckload capacity, truckload shipping

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