Sept. 7 – As news of severe droughts seems to be a yearly concern, some farmers are looking to technology for alternative ways of producing some of our nation’s favorite produce.
Aug. 31, 2022 – Bob McMillan’s driving career covers over 6 million miles hauling refrigerated freight across one of the hottest continents on the planet.
Aug. 24, 2022 – The Operation Airbrake program is this week courtesy of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.
Aug. 16, 2022 – The further we get into summer, the worse it gets for California farmers and refrigerated truckload carriers.
Aug. 10, 2022 – Some of the greatest corporate names in American business history have something in common – they can trace their origins back to the need to keep food fresh.
In most years, summer produce volumes are so high that they drive up national truckload rates for reefer and dry van carriers, peaking around July 4. That didn’t happen this year.
Importers have been busy “front-loading” in the first half of the year, ordering as much inventory as possible in advance to avoid the supply chain delays that caused many shipping containers to arrive well past their due date.
Record-high diesel costs have captured everyone’s attention recently, so this week we’re going to dig a little deeper into fuel efficiency and ways to save money.
Last week on DAT iQ Live we interviewed Professor Jason Miller of Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business. He reports that the sky