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When to Adopt New Carrier Technology and When to Wait

When to Adopt New Carrier Technology and When to Wait | The Road


I started with C.H. Robinson in 2007. From the very beginning, I realized how important my relationships with carriers were when it came to helping my customers. Those relationships mean that when my customers have freight to move, I have reliable carriers to call on that can make it happen. And I’ve found that when carriers quickly adopt new technologies, everyone is happier.

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Key Carrier Spotlight: Cargo Transporters

Key Carrier Spotlight: Cargo Transporters | The Road

In May, you met one of our Key Carrier of the Year winners, Riteway Express. In this month’s Key Carrier Spotlight, we’d like to introduce you to Cargo Transporters, another award winner.
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Truck Driver Health and Fitness

Doing More to Improve Truck Driver Health Issues | The Road

Truck Driver Fitness

Too often, long haul truck drivers die before their time. Truck driver health and mortality aren’t issues that we have historically paid much attention to, but if we are to achieve our potential as an industry, or as individual companies, we must start helping, enabling, and educating drivers to improve their health and prioritize wellness.
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New NTTC Chairman Weighs In on Tanker Truck Industry Trends

New NTTC Chairman Weighs In on Tanker Truck Industry Trends | The Road

We caught up with Lee Miller, new chairman of the National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) Association Board of Directors, at the organization’s annual conference earlier this month to discuss the organization’s goals and priorities and get his take on some current industry trends affecting tank carriers:
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- Chairman, National Tank Truck Carriers Association

Flatbed Trucking: How the Industry is Influencing Supply and Demand

Flatbed Trucking: How the Industry is Changing | The Road by C.H. Robinson

As a key piece of the supply chain, flatbed trucking must adapt and change within industries and larger market trends. Keeping tabs on economic and consumer forces helps fleet managers stay ahead of the curve and prepare their drivers, vehicles, and business for changes.
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