Feeling Overwhelmed in the Trucking Industry?
Fred Rogers, beloved TV personality from the series “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood”, weighed precisely 143 pounds for over 30 years. He refused to do anything that would compromise his health. He did not drink or smoke. He never went to bed early, never woke up late, and went swimming every day. He had an extremely calming presence – he seemed like somebody who was never ‘overwhelmed’ by anything. Read More
Choosing the Right Transportation Management SystemTransportation Management Systems (TMS) are incredible for trucking companies, for a number of reasons. Choosing the right one will enhance efficiency, increase profits on the bottom line, and can lead to rapid business growth. When you can measure it, you can manage it. Read More
THE LATEST TECH ADVANCEMENTS FOR AGGREGATE DUMP HAULERS
SPECIALIZED AGGREGATE DUMP TRUCK COMPANIES NEED SPECIALIZED TOOLS
The trucking industry is the biggest industry in North America. Trucking and hauling brings in more revenue than any manufacturing industry, and trucking companies employ about 9 million people, which is triple the US government. There are over 500,000 trucking companies operating in the United States. Read More
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF TRUCKING INDUSTRY UPS AND DOWNS
WHAT TO DO WHEN THE WORK SLOWS DOWN?
Whether or not a recession is right around the corner is a hotly debated topic. We’re not going to discuss that right now – it’s worth its own dedicated post someday. Instead, let’s talk about how to make the most of slow periods in general, because the trucking industry is cyclical even at the best of times. Read More
HOW MUCH TIME DO YOU WASTE ON FUEL TAX?
ONE OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY’S MOST DREADED JOBS
Nobody likes doing company fuel tax and preparing IFTA reports. It’s takes forever, it’s an extremely tedious job, and when your company doubles in size, it means you’ll have double the paperwork. For even small to medium sized trucking businesses, fuel tax can often take 40+ hours of someone’s time – every single quarter. Read More