Todd Dills

Next Trucking — latest tech-enabled brokerage, freight-marketplace hybrid

Next Trucking's new Android smartphone app and freight marketplace connects broker iDC Logistics' universe of shippers directly to owner-operators.

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Results: My 5K with this week’s Truckin’ Runners event

The Truckin' Runners Facebook group's virtual 5K is ongoing through the week; report here from the Cornelia Fort Airpark, whose runway served as my track.

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In advance of e-logs mandate, KeepTruckin officially launches its ELD

The KeepTruckin ELD, the company says, is expected to be compliant with the impending mandate for e-log use at a monthly $20 per truck for service.

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Van demand continues soft after summer retail inventory build-up

Receivers' outsize summer build-up of retail inventories could be responsible for continuing "soft" dry van volumes for this time of year on the spot market. Rates have followed demand decline.

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POLL: Will the recent announcement by the WHO relative to processed meats and cancer change your habits?

Processed meat has joined diesel fuel in the class of substances the World Health Organization has determined are linked to cancer. Will the classification change your eating habits toward other foods?

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Holding on: Independent Zach Beadle and the ’76 Peterbilt cabover he won’t soon sell

More on emissions-system maintenance problems from one independent in Texas: "If a truck is always broke down and it takes forever to get it fixed, I'll stick with my old truck!"

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‘Convoy’ service for on-demand freight matching

Another entry in the would-be "uber for trucking" category, the Convoy app and service is initially centered around local/regional freight opportunities in Washington State.

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Midwest regional Truck Centers Inc.’s new website

TruckCentersInc.com combines both heavy truck sales and parts/service functionality for customers.

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Surly Long-Haul Trucker spotted, and: How many ‘professional’ scare quotes can you get in a letter?

The magic number is four, if a letter to a Wyoming paper about supposed dangerous drivers around the TA in Cheyenne is any indication. And: more two-wheeled transport on the long road.

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New private system aims at CSA’s problems

As Congress considers pulling CSA scores from public view, Vigillo touts its new "Just" program as providing carriers a "true picture of the compliance, safety and accountability of" a fleet.

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