Monthly Archives: April 2017

It was only a matter of time before Elon Musk would make an announcement that Tesla Motors would be entering the trucking industry. The company that surpassed Ford in revenue, and which is constantly researching alternative energy, has decided to...
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There probably is not a trucking fleet in the United Stated that has not used short term loans at one time or another. While short term loans do serve a very good purpose, they are often marketed to trucking fleets...
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  • trucking industry
Cab cameras have been a bone of contention for drivers and fleets for a while now. Some do not like cab cameras because it is yet another monitoring device. Others see purchasing and installing cab cameras as financially prohibitive, especially...
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  • invoice backlogs
Invoice backlogs have always existed in the trucking industry. Since the standard business practice is to issue invoices to customers with payment windows of 30 days or longer, the staggered payments can cause open accounts to pile up. Fortunately, there...
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  • blockchain technology
For a while now, the trucking industry has relied on various forms of technology and services. Somehow, truckers and fleet owners have managed to coordinate these independent things to work together in order to provide fast and accurate information to...
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  • asset based lending
Maintaining a source of working capital is a delicate balancing act for many fleet owners. When cash flow is tight, many fleet owners are tempted to use asset based lending. After all, asset based lending comes off as an appealing...
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  • fuel trucks
At Express Freight Finance, we often bring our readers the latest development on self-driving trucks, and various technological advances in the trucking industry. However, at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis last month, alternative fuel trucks came to the forefront,...
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  • truck drivers
This article should be prefaced with the fact that this is not a belated April Fool’s Day joke. No one in this industry, especially delivery drivers themselves, find disputes over payment to be a laughing matter. If anything, this article shows...
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