Transportation technology is changing at an exponential rate, and, like it or not, we all have to change with it.This is why we have assembled a panel of experts from every link in the supply chain for a lively discussion that is applicable to transportation professionals like you. To do this, it begins with your feedback. We want to hear from you on the systems you use to manage...
Harvested from our own garden by our own hands, this is the only food my family will eat that did not come to us by truck. A very special Labor Day thank you to all the drivers and supply chain friends. #truckingindustry #trucking #freighttransportation #transportation #accidentplan #shipping #laborday ...Read more
I don't want my friends in the supply chain to think I have lost confidence in their ability to deliver fresh food. I haven't. However, back in the spring when all this mess descended, we thought that it was a good year to put a little more of our back yard into growing our own produce. So now our garden is abundant with tomatoes, melons, butternut squash, basil, jalapenos, anaheim chiles and more. What's growing in your garden this...Read more
What is all that paper for, anyway? I am honored to have the opportunity to chat with Ashley Schmidt and Alison Wickman of Freightweb's "This Truckin' Life" podcast about my two favorite subjects; technology and crash management. Ashley was surprised to find out that I have done my share of driving and together we wondered why it takes trucking so long to adopt new technology. Please enjoy listening on your favorite podcast channel.
It has been our privilege to do what we can to make trucker's lives a little easier on the road. It is for drivers like Benjamin Ferreira that we do what we do. ...Read more
Drivers are being hassled for not having masks. Reports are that Texas is writing tickets with a $1000 fine. We are doing are part for the war effort on the home front by making masks for truckers. ...Read more
Dear Friends, These are strange days indeed, aren’t they? While most of the nation has come to a grinding halt, the backbone of our economy seems to have remained strong, at least for now. While the rest of us are holed up in our homes, America’s drivers remain on the road, risking their health and safety to bring us our daily bread. Even in the best of times, truckers face the hardship of living on the road with limited facilities for basic human needs; sleep, food and hygiene. Today, sit-down...Read more
I find it outrageous that hard-working truckers can't get a meal on the road. Everyone else gets to go through the drive-through, but the big-rig just won't fit. And the drive-throughs don't allow walk-up service. Please feed these folks. They are busting ass to bring you the goods. ...Read more
What do you do when you are down to only one square of toilet paper per day? ...Read more
While the rest of us are hunkered down in our homes, millions of drivers remain on the road. Virus or not, we still need food, fuel and medicine. The crops still need to be harvested and delivered. The truckers are still out there, away from their homes and families, making it happen for us.Read more
THANK YOU TRUCKERS!...