Deanne WinslettBusinessDry bulk hauling offers easy freight handling, steady workOwner-operators looking for reliable freight in a niche application may find a perfect fit in the dry bulk industry. Buying your own trailer is a much bigger investment than a dry van or most flatbeds, but compensation is often above average. Operation and maintenance of the equipment is easier than it might seem.December 26, 2019BusinessMarine Corps, Army veteran wins new Kenworth in Transition Trucking contest for rookie military vet truckersJoseph Campbell, of Elgin, South Carolina, spent 24 years in the U.S. Marines and U.S. Army. When he retired, he still wanted to be a part of something bigger than himself, and trucking fit that bill.December 9, 2019BusinessFour finalists named for Transition Trucking rookie military veteran trucker awardMilitary veterans Christopher Bacon, Wade Bumgarner, Joseph Campbell and Steve Harris are the finalists for the Transition Trucking: Driving For Excellence Award. The winner, to be announced Dec. 6, will receive a fully-loaded Kenworth T680.August 26, 2019BusinessLivestock hauling: Caring for cargoThe same considerations behind the ELD exemptions also raise the standard for what it takes to operate successfully in livestock hauling.April 19, 2019Custom Rigs‘Second Time Around’1980 Pete COE gets second life making truck show roundsApril 1, 2019Custom RigsPhotos: Antique trucks on display throughout MATSMembers of the American Truck Historical Society’s Kentucky and Indiana chapters brought a fleet’s worth of antique trucks out to the Mid-America Trucking Show. The trucks will be on display throughout the show, March 28-30, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.March 29, 2019BusinessTruck crashes into Utah restaurant, causes building to collapseThe driver was heading eastbound on State Road 6 when it left the road and hit the Los Jilbertos restaurant in Wellington, southeast of Provo, causing part of the building to collapse. Police say the driver was driving too fast for the snowy conditions.January 18, 2019BusinessWerner driver named Transition Trucking award winner, receives fully-loaded KenworthWerner Enterprises driver Quinton Ward's owner-operator career received a jumpstart last week when he was named the winner of the Transition Trucking: Driving For Excellence Award, which comes with a fully-loaded 2018 Kenworth T680 Advantage.December 17, 2018BusinessTrucking to help deliver 1.8 million wreaths for Wreaths Across America DayApproximately 200 trucking companies will volunteer their time and trucks to help deliver around 1.8 million wreaths as part of this year’s Wreaths Across America (WAA) national event, which honors U.S. veterans by placing wreaths on their graves both at home and abroad.December 12, 2018BusinessTrucker, Army vet awarded specially-wrapped truck from Transport AmericaTransport America recently selected 20-year trucker and Army veteran Russ Cox as the driver of its first Armed Forces Fleet truck. Cox said he was proud to be selected to drive the truck, which has a custom, Army-themed truck wrap. Cox served for 11 years and was a tank crew member on an M1A1 tank.December 11, 2018Page 1 of 7Next PageTop StoriesCustom RigsLast of the 359s: '87 Pete a 'Classic 359'The truck, while not part of the numbered "Classic 359" series, "still made the Classic cut" as an "extension truck," according to Gerald Mock, who helped rebuild this one.Trucker of the Year'Expensive wisdom' from decades trucking: Trucker of the Month Doug ViailleBusinessIkea v. Convoy: Lawsuit reveals glimpse at contract rates, broker marginsOverdrive RadioWays to avoid trouble at the scale house, with Roadcheck on the horizonFeatured SponsorEngineered for superior calls in high-noise environments.