Coverage of trucking contracts, employees, teamsters, and more.

Commentary

Central Pennsylvania is a US distribution crossroads, and as elsewhere throughout the United States, truck parking has become a problem in the region.

News & Analysis

03 Feb 2017
For-hire trucking's employment numbers slipped slightly in January, the first monthly decline in January since 2010.
15 Jan 2017
Although there is a last-ditch effort to stop the trucking electronic logging device mandate making its way through the US courts, it will more than likely take effect as scheduled. Here's what shippers and truckers need to know about the new regulation.
14 Jan 2017
Trucking is increasingly bumping against a hiring ceiling. Low unemployment and job openings in competing industries mean fewer candidates are available to fill trucking jobs.
08 Dec 2016
Truck driver pay is beginning to rise as truckload freight demand picks up.
05 Dec 2016
A drug and alcohol testing clearinghouse could potentially further reduce the pool of available labor in an industry already battling a shortage of drivers.
02 Dec 2016
A stronger-than-expected third quarter for the US economy bolstered trucking employment, but trucking hiring is still knocking against a ceiling.
21 Nov 2016
Hoffa won another five-year term as general president of the union this week, defeating rival Teamsters United leader Fred Zuckerman.
18 Nov 2016
With 51.5 percent of a still uncertified vote, James P. Hoffa looks likely to hold onto his job as general president of the Teamsters union.
17 Nov 2016
More than two dozen owner-operator truck drivers are suing six container terminals or their affiliates in Los Angeles-Long Beach, charging that the terminals blocked their entry to the facilities to ensure peace with the Teamsters.
15 Nov 2016
Suit on behalf of two drivers seeks federal class-action status.