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$23.8 Million Dollar Judgement

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A recent $23.8 million dollar judgment against C.H.Robinson Worldwide in the Illinois case of Sperl v. C.H.Robinson is getting ... January 1st, 2012

ATA Endorses Compli CSA for CSA Compliance

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American Trucking Associations (ATA) announced today that it is endorsing Compli CSA as an effective solution to help trucking fleets efficiently manage and automate their CSA performance and compliance requirements. December 1st, 2011

Are You Ready for Trucking 2012?

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CSA has had and is having a tremendous effect on carriers and drivers. In just the past 30 days I have had three carriers call my office out of the blue with just one request; HELP! These three ... November 1st, 2011

As Good As You Want to Be

The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has embarked upon their Driver Image Campaign.  Their Image campaign is a concerted effort to improve the image of truck drivers to the general public and is supported by carriers and suppliers to the trucking ... September 1st, 2011

Consistently Inconsistent or The Joy of DataQ Challenges

By now, everyone knows that CSA is up and running and is not going away. Accordingly, all those things that happened eighteen months ago – and that you have tried to forget – are now showing up. That ... June 1st, 2011

Handy Hardware Selects Averitt Express as Dedicated Contract Carriage Provider

Handy Hardware, a cooperative of independent hardware supply retailers headquartered in Houston, Texas, has selected Averitt Express to provide dedicated contract carriage services. May 3rd, 2011

Schneider National Bulk Carriers Increases Owner-Operator Compensation

Tanker Owner-Operators to Earn $1.05 per Mile Beginning in December The Tanker division at Schneider National, Schneider National Bulk Carriers, is increasing owner-operator compensation by $.05 per mile. The new rate increases owner-operator compensation to $1.05 per mile, ... December 1st, 2010

David Freymiller on CSA 2010

Drivers and carriers alike are getting hit with a lot of changes for 2010.  The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA) has said it will implement Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 sometime between July 1 and December 31, 2010, rewrite ... January 1st, 2010