David Cullen

David
Cullen
Executive Editor

David Cullen offers his take on how actions taken by government agencies, industry suppliers and other trucking stakeholders impact truck fleet owners.

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Mexico moves closer to cross-border customs alignment

A U.S.-Mexico agreement to work more closely on cross-border customs security may mark a milestone toward establishing an integrated North American customs-enforcement program-- which could greatly expedite freight movements over the U.S-Canada and U.S.-Mexico borders.

Rethinking LNG as price of diesel plummets 1

With the price of oil having begun what he views will be “a long slow trend of decline,” Jon T. Gabrielsen, president & CEO of J.T.

Fleet success depends on smarts, not the number of trucks

Smaller, over-the-road truck fleets can successfully compete against larger—not to mention mega-sized—motor carriers if their owners think and act big by fully leveraging the reduced footprint of their operations. It’s well known that persons of small stature who use what they’ve learned to earn black belts in martial arts can easily take down bigger, stronger assailants.

Small vs. big 

Smaller, over-the-road truck fleets can successfully compete against larger—not to mention mega-sized—motor carriers if their owners think and act big by fully leveraging the reduced footprint of their operations. It’s well known that persons of small stature who use what they’ve learned to earn black belts in martial arts can easily take down bigger, stronger assailants.

Freight is rising, but so is shortage of drivers

The latest analysis on the state of the freight market paints a rosy picture of where trucking is now and where it may be headed in the months ahead— so long as the usual headwinds don’t overly buffer growth.

Bendix busy “reinvigorating” remanufacturing

HUNTINGTON, IN. Responding rapidly to the positive growth that’s been steadily lifting up the trucking industry, this year Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems has been “reinvigorating” its remanufacturing of heavy-duty truck components for aftermarket sale, key executives explained to FleetOwner here at the company’s expansive manufacturing facilities.

Wangler: TMW in step with freight industry's “fundamental shifts”

NASHVILLE. What’s now driving forward every development at TMW Systems is the technology provider’s “recognition of fundamental shifts” that are redrawing the freight-transportation spectrum, company president David Wangler told a standing-room-only crowd here at the TMW TransForum User Conference.

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