The first quarter has just come to an end. While it will still take some time for numbers to come in, we can recap on the topics we covered in January.
For your Friday afternoon enjoyment, we have compiled some fascinating stories only truck drivers would experience! We would love to hear your stories from the road!
If there’s one question we hear from our freight broker agents time and again, it’s “how can I get my profits up?” It’s a good question, and we’re here to provide some resources to help out.
The New Year is loaded with all kinds of new and shifting developments for the logistics and transportation industry. Here’s our 2019 news forecast so far.
You don’t have to be a driver to enjoy these trucking podcasts. Tune into one of these on your own next commute to stay up to day with the world of trucking!
Growing your freight broker business can seem daunting. You probably landed your first few clients fairly easily: you had industry connections and were able to negotiate solid contracts. Those first big customers were enough to launch you on your own. Now that you’re established and have your existing customers solidly managed, you probably want to […]
Demand for transportation is up, but the margins always seem to be shrinking. How is it possible to make a profit when margins are so thin? No sweat. There are a few fast ways to increase your company margins during these changing times. We have a list of the 3 best practices to get more […]
We’re already well into 2018, and a lot has happened in the logistics and transportation industry. The ELD mandate continues to be a controversial topic, we’re keeping an eye on the current capacity crisis, the industry is soaring to new technological heights with autonomous vehicles, and so much more. Whether you’re a carrier, trucker, or […]
The idea of shipping dates back thousands of years – and today, container shipping is one of the leading means of transporting goods. In fact, it’s responsible for moving an estimated 95% of all manufactured goods around the world. How did shipping become such an expansive industry? In 1956, American truck driver Malcom McLean decided […]