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HOS Restart Rules Suspended: Truckers Return to Roads Between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.

HOS Restart Rules Suspended: Truckers Return to Roads Between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.

Passing with a huge federal government budget bill on December 16th, some fine print included in the legislation – called the Collins Amendment – has suspended a portion of the highly-debated hours of service (HOS) restart rules that went into effect in July 2013.

30,000 Carriers Strong to Keep Your Supply Chain Moving

30,000 Carriers Strong to Keep Your Supply Chain Moving

Thanks to our network of 30,000 carriers, finding a truck is rarely a challenge. Learn how our carrier
relationships can support your transportation requirements.

Freight Shipping Companies: What's the Difference Between Asset Based and Non-Asset Based?

Freight Shipping Companies: What's the Difference Between Asset Based and Non-Asset Based?

The debate about which kind of provider is “better” – asset based or non-asset based – has been ongoing for years. Some argue that they’ll only work with asset based carriers, others swear by sourcing everything to a single 3PL, and a good amount of companies work with a mix of both kinds of providers. When you’re trying to decide which type of provider is a good fit for your business, weighing the pros and cons can be difficult when you haven’t had the experience of working with both. Check out the pros of working with a non-asset based provider in this blog.

What Management Needs to Know about the Transportation Market, Part Two: Cost

What Management Needs to Know about the Transportation Market, Part Two: Cost

It is simple supply and demand. There is more freight than there are trucks. Read more!

What Management Needs to Know about the Transportation Market, Part 1: Capacity

What Management Needs to Know about the Transportation Market, Part 1: Capacity

Transportation may not be high on your priority list or even on your list at all, but you should probably make some room for it. You need to pay attention to the transportation market because costs are continuing to increase and capacity continues to tighten. This means it is getting more expensive and more difficult to get your freight to your customers.

Load Volume Soars 39%… Feeling the Pinch Yet?

Load Volume Soars 39%… Feeling the Pinch Yet?

According to information released today by TransCore, a key provider of transportation technology, freight volumes are up 39% in February over January’s already record highs! February 2011 was 64% higher than load volume in February 2010. If you haven’t felt the pinch, you’re going to soon.