FreightWaves and SmartDrive are proud to present a white paper on current trends in driver incentive programs. The white paper grew out of a webinar produced in September by FreightWaves and SmartDrive, hosted by FreightWaves Executive Editor John Kingston. With Kingston were two guests: Gordon Klemp, the president of the National Transportation Institute, whose work on driver salaries and incentive programs is considered one of the industry’s leading benchmarks; and Mike Posz, Director of Safety for Fraley & Schilling, who has worked with SmartDrive on using its safety-related data as a vital part of driver retention and incentive programs. We invite you to download the white paper and read its findings and observations.
The EIA becomes one of the first major forecasters to put a price per gallon estimate on what is going to happen to diesel prices when the new rule kicks in.
Class 8 truck orders dropped dramatically in both November and December, with orders dropping below deliveries in December.
On todays episode, Chad Prevost catches up with Nick Austin about the weather, John Paul Hampstead about volumes, and John Kingston about IMO2020 as it relates to market prices.
The enthusiasm was infectious. While most companies are in the exploratory phase of blockchain, we're starting to see more and more people taking action on blockchain.
Gilbert becomes first president of fast-growing unit.
More than a foot of snow could fall in parts of the Northeast this weekend. Areas of ice, too, in major cities.
WTT episode sponsored by Redwood Logistics
First, JP drinks tap water while Chad cracks open a Hutton and Smith Basecamp Blonde. Then they tackle an abundance of big headlines from this week in all things logistics. The dynamic freight duo then spend Five Good Minutes with FreightWaves CEO Craig Fuller on building collaborations between logistics companies in Freight Alley. And then they tackle another eight headlines in under two minutes on Big deal little deal (what's the deal with you)?
To say the Sierras got some snow over the last few days would be an understatement.
U.S. Xpress Enterprises is selling its interest in its Mexican cross-border operation, but the company is not abandoning the Mexican market, says its CEO.
Cultural alignment matters: one of the greatest barriers to successful M&As is lack of cultural integration.