Today’s blog is written by one of our Agent Response Coordinators, Erika Lippincott Happy Father’s Day for those traveling Dads. Father’s Day reminds us of the special men in our lives, those who helped us become the people we are today. I would like to like to take a moment to say a special Happy Father’s
How many kinds of inspections are there? There are 3 types of vehicle inspections Pre-trips … done every working day before you start driving On the road inspection or in route After the first 50 miles Whenever a change in duty status is made And every 150 miles or 3 hours Post trip inspection (this
Have you ever felt that you were too old, too young, too out-of-shape, or not talented enough to accomplish something? You should rethink that. Oftentimes, the biggest obstacles we face are in our own heads. I was reminded over the weekend that all things are possible with a little bit of hard work, self-confidence, and
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jacksonville, Fla. – Sunteck, a leading provider of agent‐based, multi‐modal transportation solutions, launched a new corporate brand strategy and website that elevates the company’s corporate identity and supports its unique network of agent partners. “We have grown our business significantly over the last several years. Our brand relaunch represents the natural evolution
We are beyond thrilled to reveal our updated site and we hope you like the result. We will constantly be improving our site over time; in the meantime, here are some early updates we think you will love: Use it everywhere Our world has changed dramatically over the last decade, largely driven by technology advancements.
Truck tonnage in October rose to the second-highest level on record and climbed 4.5% from a year ago, American Trucking Associations reported. ATA’s advanced seasonally adjusted for-hire index rose to 132.1, just below the record reading of 132.6 reported in August. Last month’s gain tied August for the strongest year-over-year growth recorded this year. It
Truck tonnage held at an all-time high in September, rising 3.7% from a year ago and capping the highest quarter on record, American Trucking Associations reported. ATA’s advanced seasonally adjusted for-hire index held at 132.6, matching August, which had posted a 4.5% year-over-year gain. The trucking group uses the year 2000 as a 100-reading baseline.
August truck tonnage jumped 4.5% year-over-year to a record high, American Trucking Associations reported Sept. 23. ATA’s advanced seasonally adjusted for-hire index rose to 132.6 — up 1.6% from July and topping the previous record of 131 set in November. ATA uses the year 2000 as a 100-reading baseline. The year-over-year jump, the highest so
Truck tonnage rose 3.6% last month over July of last year, helped by the improving pace of factory orders and new home construction, American Trucking Associations reported. The trade group said its advanced seasonally adjusted index reached 130.2, an increase of 1.3% over June, and moved closer to the all-time record of 131.0 set in
American Trucking Associations’ seasonally adjusted truck tonnage index rose 2.3% on a year-over-year basis last month, capping a second quarter when freight levels improved from earlier in 2014, the federation reported. The index, on a sequential basis, was down 0.8% in June from May and stands at 128.6. “Despite the small reprieve in June, the