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Ideas in Transit

September 19, 2017
NATCO Transport Ripple Effect

One-Way Challenges

The Ripple Effect of Rebuilding. In the rental car and airline industries, one-way destinations are almost always proportionally more expensive than round-trips. Examples: A rental car for four days, with pickup from and return to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, totals […]
September 12, 2017

The ELD Pendulum

Swinging Back and (Mostly) Forward. We’ve been closely following the rules and regulations of the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate for U.S. carriers. The FMCSA’s major goal throughout this process? Daphne Jefferson, FMCSA Deputy Administrator says, “ELDS will improve the […]
September 5, 2017
NATCO: Safety

Managing Recovery

Movement in The Best & Worst of Times. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and now with Hurricane Irma threatening Florida, 3PLs have been busy with the logistics of disaster recovery shipments, with equipment and supplies trucked into […]
August 29, 2017
Hurricane Harvey

Helping After Hurricane Harvey

It’s All About Coordination. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we’re now seeing unprecedented rain and flooding in southeast Texas. For the people affected—their homes, businesses, schools, and lives—our thoughts go out to them, and we wish them all the […]