Shippers in the U.S. are feeling the pinch of tight capacity and higher trucking prices, according to the latest Shippers Conditions Index from FTR.
Trucking HR Canada’s 2018 professional development webinar series will focus on practical HR solutions to help employers address key HR challenges
Posted Wednesday February 14, 2018 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
The Ontario Trucking Association is appealing to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development to open funding for commercial truck driver training through the ‘Second Career’ programs.
Freight demand and increased freight rates are boosting the U.S. trucking industry, but the dissolution of NAFTA could wipe that all out, notes ATA’s chief economist Bob Costello.
It’s still relatively difficult to gauge the full impact of the electronic logging device mandate in the U.S. because of temporary exemptions and a phased-in enforcement period
DOT’s Inspector General confirms that loading dock wait times hurting truck drivers and motor carriers in the pocketbook while also increasing the chances of collisions.
Fleets with autonomous long-haul trucks and traditional human-driven regional routes could help the trucking industry address the problem of an aging driver workforce, said Uber
Posted Tuesday February 06, 2018 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
CTA, APTA and local carriers met with the Hon. Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment to discuss federal labour standards at a roundtable session in New Brunswick.