Within the next few days. the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will put out a proposal for electronic logs for all heavy duty trucks and buses. http://bit.ly/1qDvnxA Yes, it will cost money to put these devices in tractors, however electronic … Read More
One of the study themes of my blog is that numbers are a tool that needs to used wisely. Let me use a non-logistics / supply chain example to illustrate this. This week there was in the Chicago Tribune an … Read More
Here is an interesting video on supply chain brain about trends in transportation in a study by the University of Tennessee and Georgia Southern: http://bit.ly/1aoFnAv. It is interview of Mary Holcomb of the University of Tennessee by the magazine Supply … Read More
The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended straight truck drivers be required to have a commercial driver license. Please see this article in the website of Heavy Duty Trucking website: http://bit.ly/12wl2eo. The alarming number is straight truck drivers were in … Read More
Between September 23 and 25 up in Winnipeg, the North American Corridor Coalition (NASCO) will be meeting. One of the major topics of the convention is developing a midwest freight corridor from Texas ports to the Midwest. What is driving … Read More
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