News From The Road March, 2020

News From The Road March, 2020

Forbes, January 27, 2020: A 2019 study from Brandon Hall Group showed there’s an increase in using VR as a training tool in high-consequence industries where operator or driver mistakes can cause significant property damage and fatalities. Companies in the survey said...
News From The Road February, 2020

News From The Road February, 2020

FOX Business, January 7, 2020: At least 795 trucking companies failed in 2019, with 24,000 trucks removed from the nation’s capacity, according to Donald Broughton, principal and managing partner of data firm Broughton Capital. In addition to the Celadon Group...
News From The Road January, 2020

News From The Road January, 2020

Last spring, we shared with you this item: Transport Refrigeration News (May 31): The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently selected 35 representatives, including two from the American Trucking Associations and one from the Owner-Operator...
News From The Road February, 2020

News From The Road December, 2019

FOX Business, November 21, 2019: As a truck driver shortage in the U.S. grows, the industry is setting its sights on attracting more female drivers – who have historically comprised a very low percentage of the overall workforce. Even lawmakers are getting involved. A...
News From the Road November, 2019

News From the Road November, 2019

•Courier Magazine, September/October 2019: According to the American Trucking Association, this country’s long-haul trucking industry needs about 51,000 more drivers than it currently has. Meanwhile, the U.S. unemployment rate dropped to 4.0% in January, its lowest...
News From the Road October, 2019

News From the Road October, 2019

Access Receivables, September 30, 2019: What if your workforce could be freed from repetitive tasks that are simple, but can lead to errors if an employee is tired? How many other more important tasks could that employee focus on? That’s just part of thepromise of...