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HPL-Apollo celebrates 10th anniversary

HPL-Apollo is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

DeltaTrak showcases next-gen mini loggers at PMA Foodservice

DeltaTrak plans to feature the next generation FlashLink Real-Time Mini Loggers at the Produce Marketing Association’s Foodservice Expo July 27.

Midwest regions report truck shortage

A shortage of trucks was reported in Midwest shipping regions in on July 24, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s truck rate report noted mostly stable rates for other regions.

TQL plans sales, IT expansion with $20 million project

TQL has its eyes on expansion, adding a second building at its Cincinnati headquarters to accommodate nearly 600 anticipated hires over the next five years as it grows in the third-party logistics industry.

Comment period extended for possible pilot for under-21 drivers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has extended the comment period for a possible pilot program that would allow drivers under age 21 to operate trucks over interstate highways.

Truck rates steady in mid-July

Truck rates were mostly steady in mid-July.

Choptank Transport promotes three women

Three women have been promoted at Choptank Transport, Preston, Md.

Fresh Avenue launches western consolidation services

Fresh Avenue, which has facilities in Salinas, Calif., and Yuma, Ariz., is launching in-season fresh consolidation services at those locations, which serve as Fresh Avenue’s western base of operations.

Truck rates hold steady

Truck rates were mostly steady in early July, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s July 2 truck rate report.

More flexibility coming for hours of service regulations?

Hours-of-service regulations for truckers are attracting attention again, with some dead set against any relaxation in the rules and others fighting to give truckers more flexibility.