Drivers

FuelNOW Force to the Rescue!

­ Hey! My name is Savannah Marino. I’m an MBA grad from Western Governors University, trivia buff extraordinaire, and FuelNOW’s very first customer support superhero. But of course, if you’re here on the blogs you probably know that already. My … Read More

Digital Discovery and Adoption: Tips and Tricks for 3PL Drivers and Carriers

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives.  It is the one that is the most adaptable to change” – Charles Darwin, English Naturalist and Geologist.   Adapting to change is hard, … Read More

What’s Driving the Transportation and Logistics Industry?

Innovation has long been a driving force in many industries, and like most other industries, transportation and logistics is currently facing immense change. This change, being driven by new and innovative technology, comes with inherent risk and opportunity T&L companies … Read More

Historic Fuel Wholesaler Challenges and Current 3PL Solutions

Wholesalers have served a crucial role in the supply and distribution of goods including oil fuel for centuries. Acquiring the oil procured from the very first of oil refineries, wholesalers have largely been responsible for regularizing fuel supply from the … Read More

How Technology is Improving the Jobs of Truck Drivers

With the trucking industry facing acute driver shortages throughout the country, and customers demanding more and more in terms of timely deliveries and efficiency in processes from their logistics partners, fleet managers and freight service providers are now turning to … Read More

The Importance of Hazmat Routing For Fuel Truck Drivers

Hazardous materials are substances that pose a substantial risk to the safety and health of the public, the environment, as well as public or private property. The safe transportation of these hazardous materials (or hazmat) via trucks across long distances … Read More

All You Need to Know About the ELD Mandate for Trucks

As of December 18, 2017, the age-old practice of truck drivers manually tracking their work hours and rest hours has faded into history. U.S. law states that all truck drivers must use an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) to maintain hours of service record. The … Read More