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    The Role of Produce Transportation Brokers in US Food Chain Supply

Apr
19

Produce transportation rokerrokers are a must. Unlike cargo that is not temperature controlled, if produce is delayed, it may spoil. This can lead to a significant financial loss, and lots of time spent processing […]

Apr
12

There is a long list of reasons why your truck could be placed out of order. The vast majority of FMCSA violations can be avoided, but sometimes, even the most responsible drivers and trucking […]

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    The Pros and Cons of Being an Owner Operator vs. Being a Company Driver

Apr
5

If trucking is your passion, you might be considering becoming your own boss. There are many pros and cons to weigh between being an owner operator vs. being a company driver. Here are just […]

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    4 Seasonal Fruits Handling Tips That Might Come in Handy for Refrigerated Truckers this April and May

Mar
29

Earlier this week, we went out on our monthly retail visits, and this month’s trip gave us a peek at some of the seasonal fruits we can expect to see in bigger volumes April […]

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    What You Need to Know About ELDS and Out of Service Criteria That Step into Action on April 1st

Mar
22

Implementing ELDs cannot be put off any longer. In less than two weeks, enforcement officers around the United States will begin issuing out of service (OOS) orders to all drivers who are found to […]

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    How UWT is On Its Way to Achieving a Substantial Eco-Goal for 2018

Mar
20

One of our goals for 2018 is to go paperless by continuously practicing efforts that lean towards eco friendly policies and operations. We are proud to announce we have implemented procedures for our Customers, […]

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    How to Transport and Protect Fresh Vegetables if You’re Trucking on a Challenging Route

Mar
15

Trucking routes can be challenging for a variety of reasons. Many times, commercial trucks are blamed for destroying roads, with some experts estimating that one fully loaded truck and trailer causing as much damage […]

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    3 Hidden Costs Companies Face When Shipping Refrigerated Goods

Mar
8

Cost is the major decider for many transportation companies when choosing who to partner with. We like to think of “cost” in terms of value – is the cost you’re paying worth the value […]

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    How to Make Money Driving for A Reliable 3rd Party Logistics Company

Mar
1

The third-party logistics sector has become highly competitive in the last few years. Much of this is due to capacity. Capacity concerns are altering how various shippers interact with providers. In a recent 3rd […]

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    The 4 Most Common Cold Chain Logistics Problems Truckers Face and Tips for Solving Them

Feb
22

The basic definition of a cold chain is, a “temperature controlled supply chain.” With regards to produce, the cold chain refers to an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production, storage and distribution activities, along with […]