As retailers ramp up inventory for a fast-approaching holiday shopping season, experts worry that an already overextended domestic supply chain will be further tested amid overseas ports’ struggles with the COVID-19 delta variant, rising shipping price…
Imported goods continued to flood into the U.S. in July as the nation’s ports produced substantial container volumes.
Autonomous vehicle developer Waymo Via and Ryder System Inc. announced plans to jointly build a nine-acre facility near Dallas that will serve as a regional hub for advancing operations and service for automated Class 8 trucks.
A Department of Commerce advisory group is urging federal officials to lead a widespread effort to address the nationwide shortage of truck drivers, which the panel said has “likely reached an all-time high.”
Frank Beelman Jr., a trucking executive and military combat veteran decorated with the Silver Star Medal, died Aug. 4 in his hometown of St. Libory, Ill.
Yellow Corp. reported an increase in net revenue and a narrower net loss for the second quarter.
A new initiative from the American Transportation Research Institute is exploring development of an assessment tool to identify the safest drivers among 18- to 20-year-olds, a key group that the trucking industry is targeting for expanded eligibility o…
Nikola Corp. posted a widening second-quarter financial loss as the electric vehicle startup said it is moving forward despite financial setbacks and the federal indictment of its former leader.
Omaha, Neb.-based Union Pacific Corp. reported strong second-quarter results, surpassing expectations of Wall Street analysts.
Jacksonville, Fla.-based CSX Corp. reported second-quarter earnings that showed a strong uptick in freight shipments, and the company’s financial picture exceeded Wall Street analysts’ expectations.