Bulk Haulage – Moving Toward A Greener Day

In a free market, bulk haulage and sales people are perhaps the most critical elements for an economy. Consumers get their good through sales channels, but without transport, there would be no product to sell. In recent years, rising petroleum prices and strong interest in reducing carbon footprints have put additional strain on bulk haulage companies. Transportation of large qualities of goods can take place using ships, trains, and trucks....

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Why Shipping Containers Are For More Than Just Storage

Shipping containers are large steel boxes commonly used for the storage and transportation of goods. Many people will be familiar with the large containers seen on cargo ships – however they can be converted for a variety of surprising uses. Also known as intermodal freight containers, they are designed to be moved without unloading and reloading their contents. They can be transported on cargo ships, lorries and by rail. Their use in...

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Cargo Theft – Are You Protected?

Cargo theft is an out-of-control epidemic across the highways of the U.S. With billions of dollars in losses each year, it is a subject that shouldn’t be taken lightly. More than 2 million trucks are on the road daily and a good amount of them have no security solutions in place for their tractor or trailer. The fact of the matter is if you don’t lock it, you lose it. Last year California and Texas harbored the most incidents- keep...

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Transportation Management Key to Competitiveness in Global Wireless Marketplace

Wireless communication and the widespread use of smartphones and tablets have launched an online marketplace where people can shop at all times. The Internet provides a way to inexpensively market goods around the world and reach the palm of a customer’s hand. At the same time, public offices depend on local sales tax revenue from area merchants. Healthy communities and quality public schools depend on local merchants to have what they...

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Placing A Dollar Value On The Future Of Trucking In America

Sometimes it is easy to underestimate or take for granted the benefits that specific industries contribute to the economy as a whole. Trucking is one of those industries that often seems to be misunderstood by the general public. This is particularly hard to figure out for most truckers, especially if you spend any time driving on interstates across this country. On these roads you will see that the vast majority of traffic is big rigs,...

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