An overweighed truck is one of the common issues that plague truckers from time to time. Truck drivers who are caught with overweighed trucks on the highway are subjected to fees, heavy fines, and penalties. As such, it is essential that you always keep the weight of your truck in check to avoid being on the wrong side of the law. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can prevent your truck from being overweight. Read more
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) OCTOBER 20, 2016
Best Yet Express Incorporated, a family-run, California-based leader in the TL and LTL trucking industry, recently announced several changes within the company, including corporate restructuring and the launch of an aggressive new marketing campaign that includes a revamped website and an informative industry blog, appropriately titled “The Fleet.”
“During the company’s 30-plus year history, our customers – who range from small family-owned businesses to Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies – have always been our number 1 priority,” said Jay Newjahr, the company’s CEO. “To better serve them, we felt it necessary to restructure internally so that we are more agile, nimble and responsive to their ever-changing needs.” Read the entire press release here.
Logistics companies play a critical role in the global economy, making possible the task of shipping and transporting goods from one point to the other, usually from the manufacturing or delivery site, to the customer or distributor.
While it may seem that this critical function makes logistics companies indispensable, the truth is that the industry is concentrated with several firms, each one competing for a slice of the pie. As such, marketing is still very much a necessity to ensure your survival.
When developing a marketing strategy for your logistics company, here are a few essential elements to consider. Read more
As a small business owner, it’s easy to get bogged down and disorganized. Keeping up with everything from project deadlines to payday and all those passwords gets to be overwhelming — fast. Here are six tools to enhance your productivity and supercharge your workflow. Read more
Owning a small business can be a daunting task just with the daily to-do lists, checking inventory, making employee schedules, and offering quality customer service. But even after all those things are tended to, there’s the matter of getting your company name out there — after all, without marketing outreach online and off, there won’t be any customers to serve for long. Here are five tips to help get your company recognized online, in your neighborhood, and within your industry. Read more
We love technology! Who doesn’t? It has helped shape the way we live our lives from day-to-day. It has created endless progress and possibilities and is utilized by almost everyone daily. We’re always looking for the newest trucking industry technology and we haven’t been disappointed with what we’ve found. We think our focus on keeping up with the latest advancements is an important part of our success in serving the trucking community and beyond. We have implemented so many advancements in the past several years (both industry specific and more universal) that there are too many to mention. We’ll just touch on a few of our favorites here. Read more
How many of you knew that we were suffering a massive trucker shortage? This little known issue actually effects us all but rarely gains the appropriate level of publicity to promote change. There are several issues contributing to the massive shortage of truck drivers in the United States. We will touch on the major ones, as we see it, here. Read more
Which would you choose?
The age-old debate between working as an owner-operator and a company employee will never lose its place in the industry. We’ve heard points for both sides argued for years but the truth is we genuinely believe that once you find the right trucking company to work for the advantage of being a company employee becomes obvious. Here’s why… Read more
You may have heard of Google’s self-driving cars. A driver is only required to assume control during tricky situations and a robot takes the wheel the rest of the way. It’s already legal in California, Florida and Nevada and has yet to crash.
However, perhaps because they don’t have a trendy company like Google behind them and the average person won’t use them, driverless trucks have been far less discussed. Yet, they’re not only real – they may take over the roads before the average person gets to nap while going 65 on a highway. Read more
Staying safe on the road is extremely important. After all, you’re driving an 80,000-pound hunk of metal, rubber and flammable materials.
However, whether due to exhaustion or in an effort to save time, many truck drivers ignore basic job safety when they’re off the road. Unfortunately, an 86-year-old Kansas trucker learned this the hard way when, as he opened his trailer doors, he was struck, dragged and killed by a tractor trailer at a Georgia distribution center. The other driver didn’t even know he hit him, suggesting he wasn’t as alert as he should have been. Read more
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