Trucking Logistics

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.


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.


US shippers who enjoyed a break from truckload rate increases and even some reduction in costs in 2016 are nervous about what they’ll encounter in 2017, especially in the second half of the year.


Trucking companies that lease equipment to drivers and treat them as owner-operators need to review their practices in light of a decision that classified drivers who leased equipment from Swift Transportation as employees.

JOC Inland Distribution Conference panelist Roquita Coleman-Williams discusses the crucial role Memphis plays in the global economy.


After setback, owner-operators say they will "pull out all the stops" to convince lawmakers, US Supreme Court, to kill the ELD mandate.

A group of truckers is expanding a program for high-end chassis.

IMC Companies' Chairman Mark H. George spoke to JOC.com in late 2016.


At the 2016 JOC Inland Distribution conference Susan Maynor of the Greater Memphis Chamber discussed the importance of the city as a hub for transportation and logistics businesses.


Elaine Chao's measured responses signal shippers and transport providers shouldn’t expect massive infrastructure upgrades soon.