Trucking Industry

Trucking Industry

Road transport (British English) or road transportation (American English) is transport on roads of passengers or goods.

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Truck Driver Problems (U.S.) - Turnover and Driver Shortage
... trucking industry as a whole employed 3.4 million drivers ... A major problem for the long-haul trucking industry is that a large percentage of these drivers are aging, and are expected to retire ... Trucking (especially the long-haul sector) is also facing an image crisis due to the long working hours, long periods of time away from home, the ...
Evan Lockridge
... Currently he focuses on covering the trucking industry for Heavy Duty Trucking magazine and as senior contributing editor, where his wife, Deborah, is editor in chief ... He has been covering trucking since 1991 ... He previously worked for SiriusXM Satellite Radio on Road Dog Trucking Radio, Channel 106 as host of The Lockridge Report ...
American Trucking Associations
... The American Trucking Associations (ATA), founded in 1933, is the largest national trade association for the trucking industry ... Through a federation of other trucking groups, industry-related conferences, and its 50 affiliated state trucking associations, ATA represents more ... are "to serve and represent the interests of the trucking industry with one united voice to influence in a positive manner federal and state ...
Trucking Industry In The United States - History
... The trucking industry has affected the political and economic history of the United States in the 20th century ... With the increase in construction of paved roads, trucking began to achieve significant foothold in the 1930s ... Interstate Highway System also made it possible for the trucking industry to grow substantially in the late '50's and early '60's and trucking has come to dominate the ...

Famous quotes containing the word industry:

    Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgement; and he betrays instead of serving you if he sacrifices it to your opinion.
    Edmund Burke (1729–1797)