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GATS 2017: Talking ELDs, Technology & Relationship Building

GATS 2017: Talking ELDs, Technology & Relationship Building | The Road

Truck drivers spend thousands of hours on the road every year. With millions of miles to cover, they’re rarely in the same place for any discernible length of time. The opportunity to assemble more than 50,000 trucking industry professionals in one place is a rare one, and that is one of the reasons the Great American Trucking Show (GATS) is an event our C.H. Robinson team looks forward to every year.
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For Truck Drivers, Depression is Real

For Truck Drivers, Depression is Real

Driver Depression

The sun is shining, you got a great night’s rest, and the route in front you for the day seems manageable as you pull away from last night’s resting place. All should be right with the world. But, in an instant, you find yourself overwhelmed with that nagging feeling that everything around you is a miserable mess.

Chances are depression has not crossed your mind.
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- Founder of Face it Foundation

ELDs: What You Need to Know

ELDs: What You Need to Know | The Road

It appears at least one of the potential roadblocks to ELD implementation is now off the table. This week, the U.S. Supreme Court opted not to hear OOIDA’s lawsuit challenging the mandate that truck operators must use electronic logging devices to track hours of service beginning on December 18.

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- Director, Government Affairs- C.H. Robinson

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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Sanitary Transportation of Food Rule: What it Means for the Carrier Community

Sanitary Transportation of Food Rule: What it Means for the Carrier Community | The Road

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If you ever transport human food or perishable animal food in your truck, you may have already heard about the Sanitary Transportation of Food rule, which will take effect on April 6. It’s one piece of the larger Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), but this particular rule has more of a direct impact for the trucking business.
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- Director, Government Affairs- C.H. Robinson

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