The Department of Labor has issued new guidance on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act that may not require companies…
ArcBest battens the hatches on coronavirus concerns. The company draws down available credit and implements business continuity plan.
Record high volumes cool
Attorney R. Eddie Wayland answers many of the questions that have arisen from the passage of the Families First Coronavirus…
Clear benefits in its truckload and dedicated divisions, but challenges in brokerage.
P.A.M. Transportation says it has temporarily laid off approximately 75 employees as auto plant closures increase.
J.B. Hunt announces $500 one-time bonus for drivers and field staff serving during COVID-19 pandemic.
But attorney Gaines notes that there are some parts of the rules that might be confusing to some.
Morgan Stanley upgrades its freight transportation industry view from “cautious” to “in-line.” The firm lowered its earnings expectations for the…
Leverage shifting carriers' way
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the ports of entry remain watchful of fraudulent imports that take advantage of…
Stifel Financial sees an OK first quarter, but the picture gets less clear after that, with risks to second-quarter earnings…
FreightWaves’ OTRI is now higher than it was a year ago
The waiver will run through April 12 or the end of the emergency, whichever is first
New all-time high for volumes
ATA says it expects a waiver. States are already granting them.
As experts predict price increases and late deliveries from coronavirus, some industry insiders say the threat is overblown.
Virus-related demand headwinds bring fresh declines in February Cass data. Visibility into a potential trucking recovery is further clouded.
Most companies are right near the 25% decline in the market since February 1.
Shippers combat coronavirus with new procedures, questions for drivers; carriers advise proper hygiene, while Amazon requires sanitization of workstations, vehicles
Deliveries of contracted freight with actual trucks will be the focus of the three-year partnership.
Daseke expects weakness in the industrial markets and oil and gas sectors to persist. Management said the environment was sequentially…
Steel giant working to restore normal operations “as quickly as possible” as trucking companies report disruptions in freight from Canadian…
Volumes show signs of life.
Trucking company says the shutdown of the Saskatchewan facility from purported ransomware attack will have a “significant impact” on operations.