Check out this list of our most popular blogs published in 2015. If you missed any, here’s your chance to catch up!
1. MC Numbers Going Away in October 2015
The FMCSA announced that MC, MX, and FF numbers will no longer be issued once the Unified Registration System is up and running. Originally, the effective date (as suggested by the title) was set for October 2015; however, it has now been pushed back until September 2016.
2. 7 New FMCSA Regulations in the Works
The regulations and requirements in the trucking industry are constantly shifting and changing. It can be hard to keep track of, so we rounded up seven different developments that should be on your radar.
3. Top 4 Intermodal Shipping Myths: Busted
This blog reviews the common misconceptions surrounding intermodal shipping and why you shouldn’t let them discourage you from shipping over the rail.
4. Trinity Logistics Bridges the Gap: Women in Leadership
Gender discrimination in the workplace is a hotly debated topic. It’s surprising to look at the nationwide statistics surrounding women in management and women in the transportation industry. Learn about the current landscape, and what we’re doing at Trinity to combat the norm, in this blog.
5. Women in Trucking: A Story of Perseverance
The number of female truck drivers is on the rise. In this blog, we review why that’s the case, and actually talk to some of these women ourselves in order to hear their stories.
6. Refrigerated LTL Shipments: Here’s What You Need to Know
We know that reefer LTL shipping can be extremely complex and difficult to arrange, so here’s an easy-to-understand explanation of the basics to help you out.
7. Dimensional Pricing for Less-Than-Truckload: Coming to an LTL Carrier Near You
Soon, pricing changes will likely be happening in the world of LTL shipping. As time goes on, LTL carriers may choose to do away with class-based pricing and instead follow a dimensional pricing model. This blog reviews what you should know about this possibility.
8. Time to Report Concealed Damages Claims for LTL Shipments Drastically Reduced
If you haven’t heard: back in April, the reporting time for concealed damage claims on LTL shipments was cut down by the NMFTA. Check out this post to learn more.
9. Freight Optimization: Take the Hassle out of Routing Your Freight
If you’re looking to save time and energy instead of manually calculating the cheapest and most efficient ways to route your freight, transportation management software might be the right choice for your business. We outline the benefits in this blog.
10. LTL Shipping: You Get What You Pay For
Did you know there are three different service levels when it comes to LTL carriers? If you’re not sure what the differences are, this blog can definitely help you figure out which is best for your freight.
Thanks to everyone who read our blog in 2015. We hope the content was educational for you and helped to drive growth for your company. Stay tuned in 2016 for an even higher volume of helpful and insightful content from the experts at Trinity Logistics!