Innovative blockchain solutions for the freight industry

Innovative blockchain solutions for the freight industry

Blockchain technology has the potential to massively improve processes within the freight industry. LoadBlock, an Arizona-based start-up, is capitalizing on this shift in technology by developing blockchain-integrated systems.

Read More

NATSO says commercial rest stops lead to fewer truck parking spaces

NATSO says commercial rest stops lead to fewer truck parking spaces

The National Association of Truck Stop Owners has released a study showing a correlation between commercialized rest stops and lower available truck parking. We discuss the findings as well as the study's limitations.

Read More

Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and BiTA announce partnership

Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and BiTA announce partnership

The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and BiTA announced a partnership to define the impact of blockchain technology for the global transport markets.

Read More

LTL pricing: Knowing how to bill properly

LTL pricing: Knowing how to bill properly

With more regional and local deliveries due to e-commerce, there is more opportunity for truck drivers to find less-than-truckload freight, but knowing how it is billed is critical to winning contracts.

Read More

What trucking stocks tell us about the recent market decline

What trucking stocks tell us about the recent market decline

There are many stock analysts that have been predicting a stock market decline. The question now becomes, are we looking at a correction or something more indicative of a slowing economy?

Read More

The Pilot trial taught us how trucking has weaponized data

The Pilot trial taught us how trucking has weaponized data

Jury deliberations in the Pilot Flying J trial begin tomorrow. We've learned as much about the importance of data analytics as we have about fraud.

Read More

Market drop hits transport stocks, but long-term outlook remains strong

Market drop hits transport stocks, but long-term outlook remains strong

Transport stocks were not immune to the big sell-off on Wall Street on Monday, with the Dow Jones Transport Index falling 336.77 points to 10,350.41, a 3.15% fall on the day.

Read More