Despite large growth in the trucking industry, and a demonstrative ability to deliver in the face of adverse conditions and restrictive legislation, traditional lending channels are still apprehensive about approving financing for fleets. Loan turndowns are on the rise for...
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California moving to become the paragon of environmental friendliness in the United States is not news. Over the years, we have seen California introduce legislation and incentives to promote green energy and reduce petroleum reliance. However, the latest move to...
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As the deadline for filing taxes draws near, carriers and truckers alike are noticing big changes. Express Freight Finance has put together an overview of the changes, to help give insight and clear up some of the confusion when filing...
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As the weather shifts and warmer days are ahead, construction projects are starting across the United States. Everything from new, ground-up construction to long-term infrastructure projects require truckers to transport large quantities of materials. And it’s not just trucking companies...
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As cities continue to expand and competition increases, carriers, especially those offering last-mile services, are going to have to rethink logistics to keep urban supply chains running smoothly. If trends continue without plans to adapt, capacity and driver availability are...
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At the end of February, bills were introduced to both the House and Senate to help alleviate the current shortage of truck drivers. The legislation is being hailed by both sides of the aisle as positive deregulation that will open...
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Uneven revenue cycles are nothing new in the trucking industry. Last year saw major gains for trucking companies of all sizes. While there are still gains projected for this year, they are not expected to reach the year-over-year highs as...
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Last month, the Americans for Modern Transportation made a push to ask congress to approve measures for longer pup trailers. This has been an ongoing project, as not but a year ago similar motions were made for twin 33s. This...
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Parking availability for trucks is a national concern. Prom loading docks to rest areas, parking for loading and unloading, or for mandatory breaks, causes a lot of stress for drivers and can severely diminish productivity. The Florida Department of Transportation...
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At the end of this month, the first trucking futures market will open. Since thousands of businesses rely on trucks to move goods, having a better method of forecasting transportation costs could benefit everyone directly and indirectly involved with the...
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