Sunday, August 25, 2019
Trucking HR Canada has launched a new report, Millennials Have Drive 2, examining the findings from research conducted through Abacus Data, which surveyed over 2000 millennials across Canada to find out why they aren’t entering the trucking and logistics...
Peloton Technology unveiled its vision to develop its new Level 4 automated following technology at the Automated Vehicle Symposium in Orlando, Florida. Its new technology would allow the lead truck to steer two commercial vehicles in a platoon, a driving...
U.S. driver shortage rose to 60,800 last year, up nearly 20% from 50,700 in 2017, the American Trucking Associations said in a study released Wednesday. The group warned that the shortage could hit 100,000 in five years and 160,000 by...
The U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index, an investigation of cargo shipment volumes and spend by organizations shipping products, has uncovered superior to anticipated spending and transporting development for the second quarter of 2019. The increases, in any case, were insufficient...
The compliance date for two key provisions in a looming federal rule that sets training standards for new truck drivers will be delayed. In a proposal slated to be published Thursday, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will announce...
Starsky Robotics announced it has started testing unmanned trucks on public highways with live traffic in Florida. The first unmanned test in live traffic took place on June 16, with the heavy-duty truck traveling 9.4 miles on the Florida Turnpike....
The U.S. Department of Transportation has permanently banned drivers convicted of human trafficking from operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV). The ruling was issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on Tuesday. “This is an important step in the...
The turnover rate at truckload armadas with more than $30 million income rose 5 rate focuses to 83% in the principal quarter of 2019, the American Trucking Associations said Wednesday. That was lower than a year ago's normal rate...
The Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen is taking a leadership role in deploying electrical logistical vehicles for urban freight movement, setting an example for other cities worldwide, a report said on Monday. The study was released by the Rocky Mountain...
Kenworth has finished a $2.6-million rebuilding of its Montreal vendor in Saint-Laurent. The two-story, 31,000 sq.- ft. building highlights huge sliding entryways that help the indoor showroom and truck show. The driver's parlor has portable dividers, which permits adaptability...



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