Sun.Jun 23, 2019

Survey finds growing support for raising federal fuel taxes

Fleet Owner

'To solve this dilemma, we must either lower our goals for system maintenance and improvements, or raise new revenues,' says Dr. Asha Weinstein Agrawal

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USPS set to make changes to its dimensional weight rules

Logistics Management

Effective June 23, the United States Postal Service (USPS) will formally make a change in how it implements its dimensional weight rules.


[Video] Supply Chain Transformation In The Oil And Energy Industry

Talking Logistics

Francois Xavier Lanne and David Marshall from GEODIS discuss Supply Chain Transformation in the Oil and Energy Industry. Podcast version (click to play): The post [Video] Supply Chain Transformation In The Oil And Energy Industry appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

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Waste Management opens second center for drivers, technicians

Fleet Owner

Waste Management said it has opened its second Driver and Technician Training Center in Glendale, AZ. The WM Arizona Training Center is located on a 13-acre property and includes a 30,000 square-foot maintenance shop, a 10-acre driver training cour

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Buyer's Guide for Supply Chain Network Design Software

Network design as a discipline is complex and too many businesses are still relying on spreadsheets to design and optimize their supply chain. As a result, most organizations struggle to answer network design questions or test hypotheses in weeks, when results are demanded in hours. This Buyer’s Guide helps you find easy-to-use technology to become more proactive and less reactive when it comes to network design and optimization.

How Can The Market Be at An All Time High and There Be A Freight Recession - Part II


In my previous post I outlined why I believe freight is slowing. Certain signals in the marketplace are telling us employment adds are decreasing, inventories are increasing and the PMI is decreasing. All of these are signs of a slowing economy.

How Can The Market be at All time High and There Be a "Freight Recession"? - PART I


The question posed in the title can be a perplexing problem and I am sure is of interest to both those who make a living running trucking companies as well as those who invest in them.