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NATSO Bringing Annual NATSO Connect Show to Texas in 2023

NATSO Bringing Annual NATSO Connect Show to Texas in 2023

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What the Fleet of the Future Could Mean for Truckstops and Travel Centers

What the Fleet of the Future Could Mean for Truckstops and Travel Centers Members Only Join or Login

New technologies, advancements in autonomy and advanced fueling options are bringing change to the trucking industry. Stop Watch, NATSO's magazine, examines what it means for the truckstop and travel center industry. More

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Q & A with Chartwell Law

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Q & A with Chartwell Law

As the use of marijuana increases, employers are faced with several questions about establishing drug use policies that keep employees and customers safe. NATSO allied member Chartwell Law sponsored a Focus Group during NATSO Connect 2022 in Orlando, Florida, where they answered truckstop and travel center medical marijuana questions. To share their expertise with Stop Watch readers, Stop Watch sat down with Robert Baker and Thomas Gallagher with Chartwell Law to learn more about crafting drug-related employment policies. More

FastForwardFocus 2022 Delved into Macro and Micro Trends to Help Business Owners Prepare for the Future

FastForwardFocus 2022 Delved into Macro and Micro Trends to Help Business Owners Prepare for the Future

Highway-based fuel retailers came together for NATSO’s FastForwardFocus 2022, an executive-level event designed to provide insights into how trends shaping the future of truckstops and travel plazas, June 7-8 in Nashville, Tenn. More

New Checkout Technology Increases Speed, Boost Service

New Checkout Technology Increases Speed, Boost Service

During the NATSO Connect keynote on “Checkout Technology: How Your Customers Want to Checkout Has Changed,” Greg Buzek, IHL Group, moderated a panel discussion on the future of checkout technology. More

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

Diesel Fuel Demand Projected to Grow by 2050

Diesel Fuel Demand Projected to Grow by 2050

Personal use of fuels is declining, but overall fuel demand remains strong, with diesel demand in the heavy-duty and transportation segment projected to increase 1 percent a year through 2050, according to ExxonMobil. More

Advocacy Remains Crucial as the Industry Navigates Upcoming Elections, EVs and More

Advocacy Remains Crucial as the Industry Navigates Upcoming Elections, EVs and More

NATSO’s top legislative priorities in 2022 will focus on the changing landscape for fuels, including implementation of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s $5 billion for state Departments of Transportation to build out a national electric vehicle charging network. More

NATSO’s President and Board Chairman Welcome Members to NATSO Connect

NATSO’s President and Board Chairman Welcome Members to NATSO Connect

NATSO Chairman Bob Bolduc and NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings welcomed members of the truckstop and travel plaza industry at NATSO Connect 2022. More

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