How is the driver shortage effecting our schools?

In some of our previous blog post’s we’ve discussed the driver shortage and how it is affecting the fuel industry. In the fuel industry alone, it is hard to find drivers with the proper requirements and hazmat endorsements. This is causing drivers who are qualified to ask for competitive wages, which is causing freight rates […]

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Stagnant Production

Oil prices have reached a 6 year high following the end of discussion between OPEC and other nations known for oil production. They reached a conclusion that there will not be an increase of 400,000 barrels per day. Failure to reach an agreement is based off of a split in OPEC between the United Arab […]

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Tis The Season

As the cold weather moves behind us, it brings a new season and a new list of challenges, hurricane season 2021. Last year still holds the title of a record 30 named storms that stopped 90% of the 1.9 million barrels per day of refineries near coastal waters. 2021 does not forecast to be as […]

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The Shortage Continues…

The narrative of the pre pandemic day’s is still the same regarding the trucking industry and being short on drivers. Many businesses and consumers are affected by the shortage making delayed deliveries the norm for many Americans. With an estimated 61,000 drivers short at the end of 2019, it goes without saying that COVID-19 in […]

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Heavy Equipment on the Rise

For the past month, the big talk has been about President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Of this, $621 billion will go into transportation infrastructure such as bridges, roads, and public transit. Another $300 billion will go into building affordable housing along with building and upgrading schools. This will bring an extensive amount of work […]

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