Even as freight volumes surged to record levels in March, drivers spent less time driving.
Consultants, used to going onsite to perform their work, are now tasked with providing assessments without travel to a customer’s facility.
The clear difference between contract and spot rates.
Airlines face a long drought in business and are scrambling to cut costs and raise money, but there’s no guarantee all of them will survive.
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Record volumes cool considerably
FreightWaves LIVE @ HOME will still feature the rapid fire demonstrations that FreightWaves events are known for, giving companies across the industry a chance to showcase their most innovative products...
n a webinar, the law firm also discusses getting out of contracts when rates get wild.
We take a look back at the state-of-the-art technology that streamlined trucking in 1961.
CEO Matt Pyatt said some industries served by Arrive are shipping less freight.
Tanker shares fall back as crude-oil prices surge. What comes next?
Bob Costello expects many trucking companies to go out of business before the economy recovers from the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Airlines are in survival mode and could permanently rid themselves of older aircraft in effort to help financial recovery.
On today's episode, Dooner and The Dude are covering headlines concerning the grocery supply chain and if we’re running out of food, more manufacturers aid in making face masks as shippers pivot, and...
Drivers may receive more warnings, fewer walk-around inspections for violations.
FedEx provides a rather dim near-term outlook on operations and announces cost savings and balance sheet actions to preserve liquidity.
In an interview with FreightWaves, TRAC Intermodal President and CEO Jennifer Polli describes how her company is handling its business operations against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor taps Gene Seroka to locate and deliver medical supplies critically needed during coronavirus pandemic.
Trucking Freight Futures finish Thursday's session mixed as the Dallas to Los Angeles lane (VDL) continues to rise.
Despite COVID-19 concerns, the Port of Alaska and ocean carriers calling Anchorage insist that ships loaded with containers will continue to arrive on schedule.