Common Preventive Maintenance Checklist for trucks and fleets must be customized to fit the individual vehicle and its usage pattern.
There are several methods that can help overcome the negative perception many people have of the trucking profession today, such as professional training.
Companies with large fleets of vehicles have found several uses for IoT and sensors, including: driver and fuel monitoring, loss prevention, and more.
Most people don’t think much about the trucking industry, but these statistics and facts will make you think differently about fleet.
The new IATF (International Automotive Task Force) compliance challenges can be solved by using a CMMS to track, observe, replace, and repair equipment
Semi, box, and other working truck tires can be made to last longer when they are properly maintained and cared for by their users.
Fleet management oversees the running and maximizes efficiency of commercial vehicles, whether they be cars, trucks, or vans.
The success of the supply chain process relies on a strong and continuous network of vehicles following safety, efficiency, and compliance KPIs.
The most common reason for airplane failures is human error- including structural flaws, oversight, flight crew errors, and faulty or misplaced maintenance.
Semi-trucks will probably move toward at least some electrically powered vehicles, however, a variety of factors will impact how quickly this happens.
Four key ways to avoid extra charges or demurrages on carrier containers are negotiations, coordination, alternative plans, and organization of paperwork.
Rideshare companies increase global access to transportation, influence purpose-built vehicles, inspire a new wave of autonomous vehicles, and more.
The ticketing methods for trains are evolving from in-person to include mobile ticketing, barcode scanning, and other technology-based ticketing options.
Although the most common net payment term for freight companies is net 30 days, this is lengthening in some industries due to various factors