The American Trucking Assns is warning members to be alert to bogus invoices that are being faxed by an unknown party that some may mistakenly pay thinking they are renewing membership with the trucking association.
KISSIMMEE, FL. Joyce Brenny, owner of Brenny Transportation and Brenny Specialized, was named the second annual “Influential Woman in Trucking” by the Women In Trucking Assn. The award is sponsored by Navistar and was presented this week at a ceremony at the Truckload Carriers Assn. annual meeting. The “2012 Influential Woman in Trucking” award seeks to…Details
The largest solar storm in five years was due to arrive on Earth early Thursday, promising to shake the globe’s magnetic field while expanding the Northern Lights. The storm started with a massive solar flare earlier in the week and grew as it raced outward from the sun, expanding like a giant soap bubble, scientists…Details
Higher fuel prices, upward pressure on driver pay and a suddenly more sluggish freight market are creating more challenges for the trucking industry– challenges that may continue to build as 2012 progresses. “There’s still a lot of general uncertainty facing carriers,” Mike Mulqueen, senior director for product development at Manhattan Associates, told Fleet Owner. “Fuel…Details
This intensive, hands-on, electronic tracking course is designed to give agents/officers the necessary skills to operate, install, and analyze information using the latest GPS technology and field applications. Each student will use GPS equipment from a variety of manufactures to allow them the opportunity to learn how to use this technology and practice installation techniques…Details
Gas prices are rising fast, and companies are bracing for the impact — shedding old habits and adopting new technology. In an effort to cut fuel costs, small businesses have turned to light trucks retrofitted to carry bigger loads and vehicles that can run on biodiesel. Some are even using special GPS devices that let…Details