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A trucking tech company recently recognized an innovative Illinois-based carrier as the best U.S. fleet for drivers to work for.
One of the biggest action movie stars of all time crafted a new video to recognize American truckers for answering their country's call and keeping the nation supplied during the Coronavirus crisis.
While much of the trucking industry is in turmoil, a family-run North Dakota-based trucking company is reporting remarkable success and stability in spite of challenging times.
An auto transport hauler was recently recognized by Toyota for their commitment fight back against diesel emissions with the adoption of fleet-wide technology that cuts down on idling.
A Illinois-based flatbed carrier recently shared an action-movie-worthy video ad that proves that Hollywood has nothing on trucking in terms of day-to-day drama and excitement.
An Indiana trucking company is overhauling nearly every aspect of their business in order to prioritize and protect the health of their most important resource -- their drivers.
One of the largest flatbed carriers on the east coast has shared a straightforward look at company operations and what new drivers need to know about joining their fleet.
A group of truck drivers working for an Illinois-based carrier recently went above and beyond to coordinate the delivery of desperately needed medical supplies during the COVID-19 crisis.
While these may be tough times for trucking, one family-owned carrier has found a way to not only survive but to thrive while helping to deliver the supplies Americans need during the Coronavirus emergency.
The COVID-19 outbreak has put pressure on carriers to find a way to keep the U.S. supply chain moving to provide essential supplies to Americans while at the same time protecting drivers and staffers from exposure to the virus.
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A North Dakota-based trucking company is setting themselves apart from other carriers by making sure that their drivers don't have to stress out about their next meal and their next paycheck.