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Building Visibility and Trust Through Logistics Automation

Building Visibility and Trust Through Logistics Automation | C.H. Robinson

As various waves of change continue to hit the transportation market, we are feeling the ripple effect throughout the industry. Government regulations, technological advancements, and other disruptors are causing many businesses to reevaluate their processes and the way they build relationships with other companies. This is particularly true in how evolving customer expectations are impacting relationships between shippers and carriers.

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- Vice President, North American Truckload

Out-of-Service ELD Enforcement: 3 Things to Know

Out-of-Service ELD Enforcement: 3 Things to Know | The Road

On August 28, 2017, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced that out-of-service orders regarding ELD compliance will not be enforced until April 2018. CVSA works with state-level law enforcement departments to enforce transportation policy.

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- Director, Government Affairs- C.H. Robinson

Carrier Advantage Program Helps Businesses Plan and Strategize

Carrier Advantage Program Helps Businesses Plan and Strategize | The Road

In a trucking market that’s often volatile, we understand that for the carrier community, consistency is especially important. That’s one of the reasons we started the Carrier Advantage Program (CAP)—to offer incentives for contract carriers who go the extra mile.

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- Director of Capacity Development- C.H. Robinson

The ONE20 ELD Offering: Is It Right for Your Business?

The ONE20 ELD Offering: Is It Right for Your Business? | The Road

With roughly five months to go until the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate is implemented, many carriers are in the process of choosing the right ELD for their business. In some cases, especially for small carriers and owner-operators, the cost of compliance could be relatively high.

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How and Why Carriers Avoid Double Brokering

How and Why Carriers Avoid Double Brokering | The Road

If a freight broker tenders a load to one carrier, and that carrier turns around and assigns the load to another carrier, that is called double brokering. Even if the first carrier has brokerage authority, it’s not okay to tender the load to another carrier without the original broker’s consent.
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