California AB 5 – What You Need To Know There are 70,000 independent trucking contractors in California and 136,950 locally owned trucking companies with independent drivers. This bill is expected to result in a drop in the number of drivers and trucks available in the California market. This can result in reduced capacity among the […]
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The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has ruled that from 1 January 2020, marine sector emissions in international waters be slashed. The marine sector will have to reduce sulphur emissions by over 80% by switching to lower sulphur fuels. The current maximum fuel oil sulphur limit of 3.5 weight percent (wt%) will fall to 0.5 wt%. […]
Logistics consultants, like Larry Mullne, recommend that freight shippers fully evaluate their processes and the services they offer when implementing a cost-savings plan. Learn the difference between partial and less than truckload. HOUSTON, Nov. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Partial truckloads are beneficial for both the shipper and the freight carrier. When the load of goods doesn’t fill up a […]
Partial truckloads are beneficial for both the shipper and the freight carrier. When the load of goods doesn’t fill up a truck, partial truckloads can help decrease the cost to ship. Often companies fall in between the more common types of shipping. Meeting the requirements for less than truckload (LTL) shipping is hard for most […]
Finding a reliable freight shipper that offers full truckload shipping can be difficult. With so many reports of misdelivered goods and delays in shipping, it can be hard to know which truckload carrier to trust. In addition to deliveries not being on time, the condition of the deliveries and how they packages are handled is […]