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AGENCY PUSH FOR REQUIRED ENTRY-LEVEL DRIVING TRAINING RULE

In an attempt to satisfy requirements of the current MAP-21 highway funding law, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration says it is checking the feasibility of producing a required entry-level driver training rule as a “negotiated rulemaking,” or “reg neg.” The reg neg would allow stakeholders to participate in the rulemaking process as a means […]

MANAGING DRIVERS: SCHOOLING FOR LIFE

Fleets that train and engage their truck drivers with a view to the long haul can empower these essential professionals with the knowledge and insights they need to succeed, day after day and mile after mile. Taking such a “lifelong learning” approach to managing drivers can help a fleet drive down the cost of everything […]

WELCOME TO TEAMONE LOGISTICS, NEW CEO, PAGE SIPLON

TeamOne Logistics welcome Page Siplon as our new CEO. We are delighted to have him on board! He takes over from Jerry Gray, Founder and President, who led TeamOne Logistics capably for the past 11 years, and is currently serving as Founder and Board Member. “In logistics, no matter the scale of your operation, your people […]

U.S. SHIPPING INDUSTRY SET FOR GOOD 2015

Retailers like Wal-Mart Stores and their respective vendors and customers may not benefit from labor issues at major U.S. ports and truck driver and freight equipment shortages, but the U.S. shipping industry is poised to do well in 2015. A mix of unique factors continues to trickle up and down the industries that get goods […]

DO SIGN-ON BONUSES WORK?

Half of truckload carriers are now offering sign-on bonuses as a way to attract new drivers, according to the American Trucking Associations’ recently released 2014 Driver Compensation Study. The average sign-on bonus was $2,300. Gordon Klemp with the National Transportation Institute says their pay package data tracking has shown bonuses as high as $15,000 for […]

EXPECT FREIGHT RATES TO RISE IN HOLIDAY SEASON

Nearly $1 trillion in retail sales will result, if analysts at Deloitte Consulting Firm are correct in their forecast of 4.5% growth during the upcoming holiday season. Consumers have 2.6% more disposable income this year, according to Deloitte, due in part to declining fuel prices. Employment statistics are improving, as well, and the picture for […]

TRUCKING INDUSTRY SHOULD END 2014 ON A POSITIVE NOTE

Despite a flat month during September, the trucking industry is poised to end the year on a positive note, industry analysts are saying. That is good news for both the industry and the economy as a whole, given the fact that the trucking sector is often seen as a barometer of American economic activity. Numbers […]

34-HOUR RESTART PROVISIONS BECOME LAW

Dave Osiecki, ATA Executive Vice President, discusses the common sense fix that Congress passed that will temporarily amend two unjustified provisions of the current hours-of-service restart rules in this year’s omnibus spending bill. Watch the video: On Dec 16th, President Barack Obama signed the appropriations bill suspending the restrictions imposed on drivers using the 34-hour […]

2014 TEAMONE TRANSPORTATION ROUNDTABLE RECAP

The 2014 TeamOne Transportation Roundtable was held on November 13th at the Embassy Suites in Alpharetta, GA. This year’s focus was on key issues impacting today’s trucking industry, with additional presentations looking into the future. Below are summaries of five of the roundtable highlights. GMTA VP Guy Young: The State of the Industry Vice President Guy […]

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