January 2012 News Archive

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A South Dakota couple driving a truck across the United States is working to use the power of solar energy to bring innovation to the trucking industry, reported Prairie Business Magazine.

Pennsylvania has recently welcomed a new logistics facility in the town of Tannersville, which may offer new opportunities for truckers who have completed CDL training and are looking for employment.

Truckers know that when they are navigating the nation's highways, keeping up with the flow of traffic can sometimes be a challenge.

Trucking companies hiring in 2012

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

The economy has made is tough for the trucking industry to employ as many drivers as are needed, but according to KTHV, a CBS affiliate in Little Rock, Arkansas, trucking companies will be on the lookout for new drivers in the new year.

At the upcoming 2012 Green Truck Summit on March 5-6, held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show 2012 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Steven Chu will provide the keynote address.

American Truck Group recently announced a new business model that will provide work for approximately 8,000 truck drivers and trucking industry workers, by having them agree to rent their own rig with a service contract and an ownership option attached to that agreement.

New jobs opening for truckers in Florida

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Individuals who have recently completed their CDL training in or near the state of Florida may have some new opportunities for employment.

There has been much discussion recently over the use of cellphones by truckers and how it may affect truck driving safety for all motorists on the road.

Due to trucking employees being in such high demand, some businesses have to close their doors from a lack of staffing.

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