Trucks at Work

  • Apr 29, 2016

    Are you willing to pay more for connected vehicle technologies?

    We all know all sorts of technologies, everything from autopilot systems and remote diagnostics to stolen vehicle tracking, offer some potentially big benefits to the trucking industry....More
  • Apr 27, 2016

    Defining the American Dream for trucking ... and the nation, too.

    Is the "American Dream" becoming more out of reach to most of those employed in the trucking industry — especially truck drivers, who, despite recent pay increases, still find it hard to make a living? Does term even mean the same thing today as it did a generation ago?...More
  • Apr 26, 2016

    Dealmaking: What it indicates about the transportation market

    There’s been a lot of transportation dealmaking in the works of late....More
  • Apr 25, 2016

    Preparing for the digital transformation of business

    A lot of folks in trucking might well respond “tell us something we don’t know” to the headline above, for the industry is already grappling with a wide array of “digital transformers: everything from electronic logging devices (ELDs) and remote diagnostics to virtual navigation....More
  • Apr 21, 2016

    Cracking a cold Ferrari case

    It’s not every day you recover a stolen Ferrari sports car; and it’s certainly even rarer to recover one lost to theft for nearly three decades. But, as the saying goes in the law enforcement community, the wheels of justice never stop turning. Though it looks like, at least in this particular auto theft case, those wheels may have indeed come to a stop. ;...More
  • Apr 20, 2016

    Financial worry: A possible recruiting tactic for trucking?

    I’ve noted in this space before that growing concerns over finances within the U.S. workforce could be a key recruiting tactic for trucking, especially where the industry’s shortage of key personnel is concerned....More
  • Apr 19, 2016

    Here come the headwinds for Class 8 production

    The word “headwinds” always conjures up some bad mojo where trucking is concerned, but it seems such negative forces are growing for the trucking equipment sector– particularly for Class 8 trucks....More
  • Apr 18, 2016

    The skills gap may be bigger than we think

    Recently, there’s been lots of talk about the growing skills gap among younger workers, especially when it comes to professions critical to this industry, such as truck technicians....More
  • Apr 14, 2016

    Electronic integration: Key to efficiency and profits for truckers?

    So the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute, in collaboration with DiCentral Corp., recently issued a research report that explores the importance of “electronic integration” in the supply chain world....More
  • Apr 13, 2016

    Burly Man + Burly Truck = Burly Stunt

    It’s another instant video marketing classic from Volvo Trucks; putting one of the strongest men on Earth behind the wheel of a tractor and transmission capable of pulling one of the heaviest freight loads on Earth. Not a bad stunt to start the day, if I may say....More
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