Tag Archives: Carriers

Lack of Carriers keeping US Businesses out of Export Market

A not so well kept secret – less than one percent of U.S. businesses engage in some type of export activity.  This is despite the fact more than 95 percent of the world’s consumers live outside the U.S. borders. Then-Secretary … Continue reading

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Message to Congress: Highways/Truckers are Top Priority

Don’t underestimate the effect of new regulations on the nation’s commerce, was the unmistakable message delivered by a contingent of shippers, carriers and trade association officials who traveled recently to Capitol Hill. The visit, which organizers named “Stand Up for … Continue reading

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New Driver Regulations Sent Holiday Chill through Trucking Industry

In a late-December announcement, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) gave the trucking industry what amounted to a lump of coal, when it finalized new rules that it claims will promote driver and highway safety. FMCSA’s action, which takes … Continue reading

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Conversation with Your Carriers – Fuel Surcharges

Have you seen recently that a gallon of diesel fuel costs well above $4.00 in most states? It should come as no surprise that transportation providers pass along these costs via fuel surcharges to their customer’s bill, your bill! But … Continue reading

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