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Jan
3

The FDA and the IRTA (International Refrigerated Transportation Association) have recently put into place a list of guidelines and best practices which aim to guide refrigerated truck owners and operators who use their fleets […]

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    The Challenges Carriers Have to Face in a Volatile Freight Market

Dec
27

There are numerous challenges which carriers face in a volatile freight market. Carrier challenges are inevitable in an industry which is fast-moving and fast-evolving, meaning that many carriers end up failing to drive forward […]

Dec
25

We wish all our Customer and Carrier partners a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    The Keys to Preventing Rejected Loads in Refrigerated Transportation

Dec
20

There’s nothing more frustrating than driving hundreds (or even thousands!) of miles, only to have your refrigerated load rejected and all of your hard work dismissed. So, in order to mitigate the chances of […]

Dec
13

The refrigerated freight industry, which some may know as “reefer freight”, is a very big industry right now, especially in the US and Canada. This is due to a number of reasons, such as […]

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    Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Costs for Old Trucks (Costs and Timeframe)

Dec
6

Once your commercial truck begins to age and loseits former prowess, you need to start looking into replacing its brake pads and brake rotors if you are to ensure maximum safety. Whether your truck […]

Nov
29

It’s important to remain abreast of the latest facts, figures, and happenings within the trucking industry, so here we’re providing you with some of the key information in our 2018 Q4 trucking industry update.
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    Do You Know the DOT Requirements for Vehicles Over 10,000 lbs?

Nov
22

If you drive a large truck which is used for commercial purposes, you are required to be up to date on the DOT requirements for vehiclesover 10,000 lbs. If you drive a vehicle which […]

Nov
15

Preparing your truck for winter conditions is one of the easiest ways to prevent breakdowns when the roads become snowy and hazardous. Taking preventive action and preparing ahead of time is the best way […]

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    How to Stay Fit on The Road – Bodyweight Exercise for Truck Drivers You Can Do In The Cabin

Nov
8

Truck driving is one of the most common professions in the US, and with the increased demand for procurement due to services such as Amazon, the number of people driving trucks is set to […]