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What Happens To Your Freight During A Natural Disaster?

May 30, 2019 | By FreightCenter Team | Under ,

2017 went down on record as one of the costliest years for natural disasters in the United States, standing at $306 billion in damages.

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Glider Kit Controversy Pits Businesses Against Environment

April 24, 2018 | By Mikayla Avila Vila | Under ,

In 2010 the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, put emissions standards in place to control the diffusion of particulate matter and nitrogen oxide from heavy duty trucks. The trucking industry soon realized a potential workaround for these regulations: glider kits.

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Make Your Supply Chain 20 Times Greener

Earth Day is Sunday and we're trying harder than ever to retrace our carbon footprints so we can learn to do better. The U.S. logistics industry is a tremendously important part of the economy. Consumer demand means freight is always on the move, and that, naturally, leads to more energy demand and fuel consumption.

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As Freight Shipping Costs Surge, SMBs Find the Deals

ELDs, and why they're important Shippers who follow the freight industry could see the recent surge in freight shipping costs coming a mile away. Every logistics trade publication predicted that the phased-in compliance of ELDs (Electronic Logging Device)—which began December 16, 2017—would disrupt the industry in terms of productivity and freight shipping costs, and they were correct.

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