Preparing Your Fleet for Winter? Start Early

Winter is a beautiful time of year, but it can also be a dangerous one, especially in the logistics industry. Fuel suppliers and their fleets face unique challenges in the winter season, whether it be an unexpected snowstorm or below-freezing temperatures. In order to continue serving clients well into the winter months, it’s important to […]

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Economic Outlook for Holidays

The number of coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country and many major cities and states begin to consider large scale lockdowns. Despite this, many goods are continuing to fill warehouses, along with shelves being restocked at many retailers in preparation for the 2020 holiday season. According to CNBC, “The National Retail Federation said […]

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The Importance of Apps

As the trucking industry tries to continue to improve productivity and keep drivers happy, mobile technology remains important. A steady increase of the number of apps available for drivers is an ongoing theme to advance efficiency. Many of these apps are available on the driver’s handheld devices including GPS, load assignments, delivery status and travel […]

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Cyber Attacks Continue to Target the Trucking Industry

In today’s day and age, cyber-attacks and security breaches are not abnormal or new. COVID-19 has provided hackers with an opportunity to carry out their attacks as people are distracted and mostly working from home. Working from home can make people vulnerable and  more at risk of a security breach especially if you are working […]

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