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How Blockchain Data Will Help Truckers Stay HOS Compliant and Remain Competitive
As 2019 starts with uncertainty over Hours of Service regulations, blockchain technology will become the go-to solution for truckers wanting faster, better business management.

Electronic Logging Device Mandate Puts Spotlight on New Hours of Service Regulations
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking public comment on revising four specific areas of current hours-of-service regulations, which limit the operating hours of commercial truck drivers.

Supply Chain 2018 Mid-Year Analysis: What’s Happened and What’s Still to Come
As we enter the last half of 2018, companies will continue to turn to technology to increase efficiencies while at the same time begin addressing industry constraints such as the electronic logging device mandate, tariffs, diesel prices, higher rates, capacity crunch, and the customer experience.

5 Answers to 5 Big Transportation & Logistics Questions
How are logistics technology startup transportation disruptors, electronic logging devices, self-driving vehicles, supply chain visibility, and blockchain technologies going to impact and shape the future of logistics management and the supply chain?

Minimizing the Impact of the Electronic Logging Device Mandate
The electronic logging device mandate, ELD, which is forcing major changes for the industry has been met with adversity with some trucking companies saying that some truckers would rather leave the industry than use ELD.

SMC³ Announces Connections 2018 Speaker Lineup
DHL Supply Chain’s Alex Jackson, Andy Smith, the chief operating officer of FedEx Supply Chain, John Wiehoff, CEO of C.H. Robinson, and basketball legend Jerry West are scheduled to speak at SMC³’s Connections 2018.

Taking Advantage of 2018 Truckload, Less-than-Truckload, and Intermodal Strategies
Learn more about what's influencing your truckload, less-than-truckload, and Intermodal surface transportation strategies in 2018 and how to overcome the challenges.

Four Tips for Optimizing Trucking Rates and Capacity
The December 2017 mandate for electronic logging devices (ELDs) has come and gone, despite last-minute efforts by special interest groups to stop the rule from going into effect. So, now that the dust has settled, is it business as usual? Not totally.

Electronic Logging Device Mandate Adds to Truck Driver Shortage Woes
The best approach to solving the driver shortage is for shippers to implement a four-part plan that focuses on young age groups to ensure a steady flow of skilled and energized individuals that see the profession in a new light.

Shippers Ready to “Bear the Brunt” of Higher Trucking Rates for Electronic Logging Devices
Most truckload executives and brokers say the productivity hit on the implementation of electronic logging devices by December 2017, will be in the 4-to-7 percent range.

Ensure your Electronic Logging Device Rollout is a Successful One
This extended paper details why you should, or rather must adopt electronic logging devices or ELDs, and how you should do it, it will show you how to implement ELDs the right way.

Appeal on Electronic Logging Devices Will Not Be Reviewed By U.S. Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has declined to hear a legal challenge to the federal government’s electronic logging mandate, making it a near certainty the rule will take effect this December.

KeepTruckin Raises $18 Million as Silicon Valley Eyes Trucking Industry
Venture capitalists have poured $18 million into a startup that is helping to digitize the long-haul trucking industry, the latest sign that Silicon Valley is eager to take a piece of a $700 billion-a-year sector that has long relied on pencil and paper.

U.S. Court of Appeals Upholds ELD Mandate, Denies OOIDA’s Request
A federal appellate court in Chicago has struck down a legal challenge that was seeking to stop the electronic logging device mandate in its tracks, with a three-judge panel finding no merit to plaintiff’s arguments, describing the electronic logging device rule as “reasonable.”

The ELD Mandate - Reduced Crash Risks and Increased Productivity
The ultimate intention of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate is to reduce the incidence of driver fatigue-related crashes by facilitating compliance with driver hours of service (HOS) rules.


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