Topics: Trucking

Fleets of the Future will Include Alternative Fuels, Automation

Fleets of the Future will Include Alternative Fuels, Automation

At NATSO Connect 2022, a panel of speakers shared their insights during a “Fleets of the Future” Keynote address. More

Trucking Industry Remains Strong Despite a Slowing Economy

Trucking Industry Remains Strong Despite a Slowing Economy

U.S. economic activity is beginning to slow, but trucking freight will remain strong throughout the year, and driver wages will continue to increase. More

Supply Chain Strains are Expected to Last into 2022

Supply Chain Strains are Expected to Last into 2022 Members Only Join or Login

Supply chain challenges continued to plague the country throughout 2021 due to consumer demand increases, labor shortages, containers in the wrong places and port inefficiencies. Many expect challenges to remain in 2022. More

Picking the Right Pavement

Picking the Right Pavement

Pavement is a significant expense, and there are a lot of factors operators need to consider when determining which products to use. More

FMCSA Issues Regional Emergency Declaration For Transporting Fuel

The waiver, effective until June 8, was issued in response to the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, which has disrupted the fuel supply on the East Coast. More

T&I Chairman DeFazio Says He Will Address Truck Parking in Infrastructure Bill

Money to expand the amount of commercial truck parking could be inserted into the House infrastructure package, with dedicated funding potentially coming from the Highway Trust Fund, House Transportation Chair Peter DeFazio said Feb. 10 during the House Transportation and Infrastructure mark up to its $96 billion title of a Covid relief package. More

Box Trucks, Speed of Service and Diesel Lanes for Four-Wheelers with NATSO's CEO [Podcast]

Box Trucks, Speed of Service and Diesel Lanes for Four-Wheelers with NATSO's CEO [Podcast]

From growth in box trucks to the impact of ELDs, NATSO's President and CEO Lisa Mullings walks podcast listeners through several trucking industry trends and shares what they could mean for operators. More

COVID-19 Increases E-commerce Demand, Trucking Needs

COVID-19 Increases E-commerce Demand, Trucking Needs

E-commerce sales have been increasing steadily for years but surged as COVID-19 forced social distancing and kept people home. Capacity is expected to tighten even more as the peak holiday season approaches, and growth in the trucking center could benefit truckstop and travel plaza operators as they work to serve drivers hauling the nation’s freight. More

California Gov. Issues Executive Order Banning Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Vehicles Sales

California Gov. Issues Executive Order Banning Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Vehicles Sales

California Gov. Gavin Newsom recently issued an executive order setting a goal to ban the sale of new gasoline powered vehicles by 2035, and a goal of requiring medium- and heavy-duty trucks to be zero emission by 2045 "where feasible." More

Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Professional Drivers [Podcast]

More

  • Showing
  • per page, 125 total