ARLINGTON, VA – If current trends continue, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) said the driver shortage has the potential to grow to 239,000 over the next decade.
TORONTO, ON – Toronto-based truck show, Truck World, has added a new feature, a Driver Recruitment Pavilion, where carriers can meet and connect with drivers and potential drivers.
NEW DELHI, INDIA – Looking for work as a truck driver? India wants you!
The driver turnover rate at large truckload fleets dipped two percentage points to 97 percent in the third quarter of 2013 in the U.S., according to American Trucking Associations’ Trucking Activity Report.
LAS VEGAS – The trucking industry is at a crossroads, ATA CEO Bill Graves said today, and to survive you’ll have to roll with the punches.
GW Driver Training is planning on upgrading its services and facilities in order to address the truck driver shortage crisis in New Brunswick, and the first step to the initiative is a change of name, to CollègeTrans-Canada College.
I recently spent an afternoon with a small fleet owner, Brian Taylor of Liberty Linehaul in Ayr, Ont., who wanted to know how he could atytract drivers — good drivers.
ARLINGTON, VA – Drivers are more tired. They’re making less money. The carriers they drive for are less productive and they need more drivers to haul the same amount of freight. That, according to a new survey, is all a result of the changes to the Hours-Of-Service (HOS) that came into effect July 1.
A book that managers of truck fleets large and small need to read.
ARLINGTON, VA. – Annualized turnover rate at large U.S. truckload fleets climbed two points to 99 percent in the second quarter of 2013, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) reported.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The B.C. Trucking Association is using 2010 as a year to strategically prepare for an anticipated driver shortage in the trucking industry.
A four-wheeling baby boomer travels the Trans-Canada with a veteran trucker with one question in mind. Does the truck industry hold even a slender hope of attracting people like him to its drivers’ seats?
OTTAWA – CTA says industry leaders need to show current and future drivers their commitment to solving labor issues.
Blogger Dave MacNevin tells us what the trucking needs to promote and sell to the general public. If you love this industry, you will understand, writes Dave.