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ATA's February Truck Tonnage Index falls slightly
For-hire truck tonnage falls from January, but year-over-year levels are up 5.4%, association says.
ProMat '19: Come for the show, stay for the "Wow"
Looking to find your Wow—that trend or technology that will take your supply chain to the next level? Chances are, you'll find it among ProMat's 1,000-plus exhibits.
Logistics industry growth slows in February
The Logistics Manager's Index fell more than a point from January but remained in growth territory, industry group reports.
Companies honored for blockchain-enabled traceability initiative
Trade group recognizes five companies for their work on the MediLedger Project, aimed at improving supply chain efficiency, effectiveness and safety.
Logistics community aids post-tornado relief efforts
American Logistics Aid Network is mobilizing the logistics community to support disaster-relief efforts in the Southeast in the wake of recent tornadoes and floods.
ATRI study: Easing traffic congestion yields long-term gains
Infrastructure improvements can help trucking companies conserve fuel, reduce emissions and lower bills, study shows.
Industry praises renewed government efforts to address truck driver shortage
Trade associations are hopeful as Congress reintroduces the DRIVE-Safe Act, aimed at expanding the pool of available talent for open truck driver positions.
FMCSA streamlines process for upgrading to Class A CDL
Updated instruction curriculum addresses driver shortage by reducing regulatory burdens, saving time and money, transportation officials say.
The TransForce Group acquires American Driver Network
Transportation industry workforce management firm expands with new recruiting and employment tools for commercial drivers.
2019 Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award nominations are open
Industry professionals have until February 8, 2019 to nominate women who have made outstanding contributions to the field of logistics in North America.

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