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Don’t Wait Until December: Get Ready for ELD Compliance Now

Don’t Wait Until December: Get Ready for ELD Compliance Now | C.H. Robinson

As the deadline for the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate draws nearer, there are fewer roadblocks to stop it from happening. By December, you will likely be implementing ELDs rather than using paper logs—if you haven’t already. Start preparing your business now and leverage this change to your advantage.
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- Director of Capacity Development- C.H. Robinson

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

An Inside Look at a Truck Dispatcher’s Job

An Inside Look at a Truck Dispatcher’s Job | The Road

A Day in a Dispatchers World

There are a lot of different elements that go into ensuring the goods we use and consume get where they need to go. Many don’t realize the complexities of the supply chain and the people (and roles) that make it run smoothly day in and day out.

I interviewed one of America’s truck drivers, Anthony Brown, to get his perspective on what life was like on the road.

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- Regional Capacity Manager, C.H. Robinson

Making Connections During National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

Making Connections During National Truck Driver Appreciation Week | The Road

Every September, the transportation industry takes some time to recognize the men and women who spend days, sometimes weeks, at a time watching the world move through the cab of a truck. National Truck Driver Appreciation Week allows those of us who work with drivers and carriers to take a step back from day-to-day business interactions and simply say, “thank you.”

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- Regional Capacity Manager, West