October 2011 News Archive

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The debate over how many hours truckers should be allowed to work on a daily basis continues to be a hot topic among industry specialists.

Truck company goes pink

Friday, October 28th, 2011

A Californian trucking company is taking its support for breast cancer awareness one step further.

If truckers would like to learn about how the state of the transportation industry, they may wish to attend a conference where professionals will offer information about job opportunities, the latest technology and more.

The holiday season may seem like it is very far away, but many truckers know that this time of year begins on the road much earlier than in stores.

With fall in full swing, many truckers are being hired to haul autumn crops across the country, including apples, pears, and other crispy fruits.

Recently, a large trucking company announced that its new website has undergone extensive modifications in hopes that it may better reach their customers and business prospects online.

Truckers who navigate ArizonaÂ’s highways may soon have to pay additional tolls with a proposed bill that could go into effect for Interstate 15, reports Landline.

At the recent American Trucking Associations (ATA) Management Conference and Exhibition in Texas, several individuals involved in the trucking industry were recognized for their contributions to the SmartWay programs.

Truckers have gotten very creative in the past when it comes to finding ways to pass the time while driving their big rigs on the nationÂ’s highways.

When the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) makes public statements about the happenings in the trucking industry, many truckers and fleet management owners pay attention to the message, for it often directly affects their businesses.

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