1 month ago
Trucking Adds 6,200 Jobs In May | Go By Truck Global News


U.S. employers added 223,000 jobs in May, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Trucking added 6,200 jobs from April to May.

1 month ago
Women-owned small trucking fleets on the rise


The Women In Trucking Association worked with Expediter Services to create the challenge with the goal of supporting small businesses in the transportation industry that are owned by women.

1 month ago
America doesn’t have enough truckers, and it’s starting to cause prices of about everything to rise


'I’ve never seen anything like this,' says one trucking company CEO. Truck drivers are getting 15 percent pay raises.

2 months ago

Edge is looking to hire 2-3 paid interns for the Summer! These interns will not only gain knowledge in the logistics field but will assist all departments. They will spend time learning tracking ... See more

2 months ago
Chicago is the Hollywood of logistics, this CEO says

We agree!

There was a time, near the turn of the 20th century, that Chicago was also the Hollywood of the movie business.

2 months ago
Edge Office!

Sneak peek of some of our photos we had taken for our new website redesign! We can't wait to show them all and complete our brand new website!

2 months ago
Trucking firms offer thousands of dollars in bonuses, other perks to lure drivers


A shortage of truck drivers has trucking companies using a number of retention methods to attract and retain new workers, including some hefty sign-on and referral bonuses.

2 months ago
Volvo Adds Refuse Truck to its Electric Vehicle Lineup


Volvo Trucks is rolling out another electric truck in Europe as continues to push into alternative fuel vehicle development.

2 months ago
Trucking Industry Seeks to Avoid 'Robot Apocalypse'


New technologies like autonomous operation and electrification threaten to scramble the trucking industry and its workforce.

2 months ago
Trucker gets lost in the woods with truck full of chips, doesn't eat any

Now that's commitment to the job.

After his truck got stranded, Jacob Cartwright wandered the woods for days without touching the chips he was transporting.

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