CLEVELAND — The Technology & Maintenance Council of American Trucking Associations on Sept. 12 announced a series of updates to its vehicle maintenance coding system, which it offers to service professionals in the trucking industry.
Motor carriers are expanding the scope of their recruiting efforts amid an ongoing driver shortage that’s been exacerbated by post-pandemic demand, hiring experts said.
Trucking recruitment firms are seeing a surge in business as carriers seek to fill seats behind the wheel and address a driver shortage that was exacerbated by the pandemic.
For Virginia-based Fleetmaster Express, transitioning to a greener fleet was compelled in part by a customer’s request, and is advancing in concert with truck manufacturers.
One-third of small and midsize trucking companies want to reduce emissions but face barriers, a Convoy survey released Aug. 31 showed.
GXO Logistics Chief Investment Officer Mark Manduca detailed Aug. 24 what is driving a rise in online returns and what that may mean for transportation.
UPS Inc. started delivering coronavirus vaccines with the use of drones as part of a new initiative announced Aug. 24.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. announced a collaboration with automated driving company Plus to integrate Goodyear’s suite of services with Plus technology.
Video telematics company Lytx is integrating its solutions with a network of other software providers to offer customers an all-in-one fleet management platform.
Tire company Bridgestone and Einride, which develops electric and autonomous freight mobility solutions, formed a partnership designed to create sustainable mobility solutions for electrified and autonomous Class 8 trucks.