Topics: Operations

Making Change Part of Your Truckstop's Culture Members Only Join or Login

The ability to evolve and change can strengthen a business and contribute to long-term success. Within the truckstop and travel plaza industry, shifts in consumer behavior coupled with increasing competition are driving the need for operators to explore and adopt new service offerings in order to stay competitive. More

Focusing on Safety at Your Truckstop Boosts Employee Morale and Cuts Costs Members Only Join or Login

At Sapp Bros. safety starts with its safety mission that is hanging up in every location: Sustain zero accidents by providing a safe environment worked in by safety minded employees. More

10 Tips For Conserving Water at Your Truckstop Members Only Join or Login

Detect And Fix Any Leaks. The easiest and cheapest way to save water and money is to periodically check and fix leaks from pipes, fixtures, appliances and equipment. Install High-Efficiency Plumbing Fixtures And Appliances. High-efficiency toilets, urinals, pre-rinse spray valves, clothes washers, dishwashers and shower heads can save water, and some municipalities offer rebates. More

Daily Truckstop Checklist: The Morning Routine

Daily Truckstop Checklist: The Morning Routine

The start of a new day can be hectic, but this list will help you keep it simple. You don’t need to check something just for the sake of checking it, but here are five key areas to check each morning. More

Simmons Travel Center: Where the Drivers Always Come Back Happy

Take exit 8 off I-95 in emporia, Va., and you’ll find NATSO member Simmons Travel Center. In business since 1941, the location offers a haircut at their hair salon, a slice of pizza from Hunt Brothers Pizza and perhaps most importantly, a friendly smile to greet every customer. When you leave, you’ll want to come back or at least that is the goal at this family-owned location. “Our motto is bring them back happy,” shared General Manager Tony Moore. More

Cars, Carrots and Christian Faith in Glenrio, N.M.

Russell’s Truck and Travel Center 2 has it all—a business built on Christian values, a one-in-a-million car museum, a family of owners skilled in grocery items and even a director of operations that sleeps on location. More

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