Diversity is a core tenet of any high-performing team, and its importance is heightened the faster a company grows. This is especially true in the logistics and freight-matching world, says Lily Shen of Transfix.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed changes in the way it sets annual percentages spelling out how much renewable fuel refiners must blend into gasoline and diesel.
NEW YORK — On Oct. 14, Rep. Peter DeFazio held court on Broadway. The country’s top transportation Democratic policymaker kept an audience engaged with his one-man show, touching on topics including a highway policy bill during the current session of Congress. Here’s your Capitol Agenda look at the week ahead for trucking on Capitol Hill.
The Illinois and Missouri departments of transportation won the grand prize in the America’s Transportation Awards competition.
General Motors Co. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra is meeting with United Auto Workers leaders at the main bargaining table Oct. 15 as the two sides inch closer to a tentative agreement that could end a strike now in its fifth week.
Retailers and logistics firms are establishing warehouses closer to large urban centers to keep up with rising consumer demand for faster delivery of products ordered online, industry experts said.
Security-sensitive motor carrier PTS Worldwide Inc. has asked the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for an exemption from the hours-of-service requirement to allow its drivers to split their 10 hours of sleeper berth time into periods of 4-6,…
Convoy’s recently launched automated reloads program is yielding a 45% decrease in the carbon dioxide emissions created by empty miles in freight, according to the digital freight network.
BYD Motors Inc. announced three of its 8Y battery-electric yard trucks will be deployed by PepsiCo Inc.’s Modesto Frito-Lay facility as part of a state project designed to showcase economically and environmentally sustainable warehousing and distributi…
Beijing wants a rollback in tariffs in its trade war with the U.S. before China can feasibly agree to buy as much as $50 billion of American agriculture products that President Donald Trump claims are part of an initial deal, people familiar with the m…