Today, we’re experiencing not so much a manufacturer-consumer supply-and-demand situation; rather, it’s a reduced number of available drivers to get inventory from point A to point B. Carriers are busy these days.
The burden (and the necessity) often falls to the states to find a workaround to fixing bridges and potholes and other infrastructure essentials. In many instances, funding levels can swing dramatically between counties.
Some states and counties impose "truck speed limits" that are typically lower than other passenger vehicles. The idea here is simple: a truck requires more time to speed up and turn and slow down. Slower is safer.
25 Years of Transportation Logistics. As it happens, Articles of Incorporation are mobile. Twenty-five years ago this week, North American Transport Concepts, Inc. received its Articles of Incorporation from the Nebraska Secretary of State. (Cori Eckley, our VP, has roots […]