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Positive Train Control, and how it works
United States Petroleum Product Consumption
Learn some of the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint.
Here’s a look at whether deploying electric trucks makes sense for your company.
A new report from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University identifies which states are best prepared for commercial drone adoption.
Learn how freight brokers can protect their domestic operations from liability claims that may not be covered by traditional cargo insurance policies.
A dive into new FMCSA adverse condition rules.
Total traffic volume decreased by more than 16% in the first six months of 2020. Here’s a dive into regional traffic patterns.
With the holidays around the corner, here is an overview of UPS, USPS, FedEx and Amazon shipping deadlines for a delivery date of Dec. 25.
Five air cargo sustainability trends for 2021.
The first of a two-part regime imposing new pollution control standards on ships has been released for public comment.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the transportation sector is back on the rise.
Get the facts on events reported for the first half of 2020.
Informed pharmaceutical transportation means higher success.
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Profit and loss (P&L) sheets provide key insights to a company’s financial performance.
Shippers ship. Carriers carry. Freight brokers are the experts connecting the two. A developed shipper-broker relationship is important in aiding the success of shippers, brokers and carriers.
DHL surveyed 900 global B2B and B2C business decision-makers about the evolution of e-commerce supply chains. Here’s what they reported.
A new supply chain is emerging. Here’s a dive into supply chain recovery and adaptation, pre- and post-COVID.
When evaluating empty-mile data, comparisons are not necessarily apples to apples.
The FreightTech Award honors innovation and disruption within the freight industry.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates nearly 1 million U.S. truck drivers took to the road in 2019, and most are in it for the long haul.
The use of hair tests to detect drug use among truckers is one step closer to reality.