In a guest blog on the AmeriQuest Transportation Services Website, NationaLease's Andy Stopka says the trucking industry needs to better educate young people about the rewards of becoming a diesel technician and salute the profession in order to increase recruitment.
Sacramento Movers recently kicked-off a new Employee of the Month program in January. This program evaluates the movers as well as truck drivers on factors and this includes the report assigned to them by the customers they serve, attendance report, their ability to finish transfers with very little damages being done to customers' items, together with other factors.
FinditParts is the leading e-commerce solution for the sale of heavy- and medium-duty truck, transit vehicles, school buses, light- and medium-duty vehicles, trailers, forklifts, off-road, and automotive vehicles around the world, offering over 2.5 million parts from over 1,200 manufacturers and OEMs.
David Beaudry explains the benefits of continuous analytical outsourcing vs. undertaking the process every two to five years. He also says by turning to logistics consultants, fleets are far better equipped to look at all of their options, even those they never envisioned, and can compensate for changing market conditions as they occur.
My Guys Moving & Storage, formerly Two Guys and a Truck, has earned the service industry-coveted 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award, an honor awarded annually to approximately 5 percent of all the companies rated on Angie's List, the nation's leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.
The Ports of Normandy Authority (PNA), which owns the ports of Caen-Ouistreham and Cherbourg in north-western France, plans to expand the facilities at Cherbourg by 35 hectares, at a cost of €60 million.
DN Van Lines first foray into TV Advertisement which is going to appear on NESN and depicts a team of interviewers canvassing the streets of Boston and asking local New England residents about their moving experience.
Sir Peter Jackson's new film 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is proving to be a godsend to New Zealand's beleaguered tourism industry following the cataclysmic earthquake that ravaged Christchurch in 2011, claiming 185 lives.